By M. T. A. Evans, J. Mitchell, P. R. Mussellwhite (auth.), Martin Blank (eds.)
This vol\.Dl\e of Advances in Experinental ~dicine and Biology is predicated on an Arrerican Chemical Society SympositUII entitled: "Surface Chemistry of organic Systems", which came about in big apple on September 11-12, 1969. because of the precise photograph offset procedure utilized by the publishers, the papers are showing very quickly after their presentation, and at a cheaper price than traditional. those benefits are liked by means of the medical neighborhood. because the identify of the vol\.Dl\e shows we now have tried to convey the medical strategy and strategies of floor chemistry to the complicated difficulties of organic platforms. past sym posia during this box were released, one within the magazine of Colloid and Interface technology (24:1-127, 1967) and the opposite within the magazine of common body structure (52:187S-252S, 1968). the former ebook shops, a chemical and a organic magazine, aid to stress the interdisciplinary nature of the fabric and likewise the appropriateness of the alternative of Advances in Experinental medication and Biology for the C1.lr'rent symposium.
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1968a,b). The success of these studies rests in good measure on the establishment of sufficient information concerning the thermal properties of relatively simple systems containing compounds important in biologic structures. , 1968c). ) and microscopic studies. Synthetic lipids are used in which the hydrocarbon chain structures as well as the polar groups are of one type. These well-defined compounds have characteristic and sharp transition temperatures which may be used as indicators to gain an insight into the inter-relationships of lipids in mixed systems.
0 - 70. Jf'- ______ Figure I. Langmuir-Wi Ihelmy surface balance. The Geiger tube for Ca 45 measurement is not shown, nor is the clean surface "Island" for Va measurement. J. GOERKE, H. H. HARPER, AND M. BOROWITZ 25 I iquid chromatography (GLC). 4°C, was obtained from Appl ied Science and had less than 1% "impurities by GLC. These I ipids were del ivered to the air-water surface in 20 to 30 ~g amounts from redisti I led Hexane solution using cal ibrated 30 to 50 ~I pipettes. 02 or as otherwise indicated using 2 mM Tris buffer (International Chemical and Nuclear Company) titrated with HCI or KOH.
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