Difference between revisions of "Osmotic pressure"

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Revision as of 19:49, 11 September 2012

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See also:

Osmotic pressure in Polymer solutions in Polymers and polymer solutions from Lectures for AP225.


Keyword in references:

Biofilms as Complex Fluids

Diffusion through colloidal shells under stress

The Elementary Theory of the Brownian Motion

Multifunctional Actuation Systems Responding to Chemical Gradients

Non-equilibration of hydrostatic pressure in blebbing cells

Gravitational stability of suspensions of attractive colloidal particles

Optimal vein density in artificial and real leaves

Flip-flop-induced relaxation of bending energy: implications for membrane remodeling

Elastohydrodynamics of wet bristles, carpets and brushes

Motility driven by macromolecular springs and ratchets

Radial Compression of Microtubules and the Mechanism of Action of Taxol and Associated Proteins

Solvent mediated assembly of nanoparticles confined in mesoporous alumina

New directions in mechanics

Stretching and polarizing a dielectric gel immersed in a solvent

A theory of coupled diffusion and large deformation in polymeric gels

Large deformation and electrochemistry of polyelectrolyte gels

A theory of constrained swelling of a pH-sensitive hydrogel

Indentation of polydimethylsiloxane submerged in organic solvents

Equations of state for ideal elastomeric gels