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By Joseph M. Steim (auth.), Julian F. Johnson, Roger S. Porter (eds.)

This quantity includes papers provided on the moment Symposium on Ordered Fluids and Liquid Crystals held on the 158th nationwide assembly of the yankee Chemical Society, manhattan, Sep­ tember, 1969. The Symposium used to be backed by means of the department of Colloid and floor Chemistry. The complaints for the 1st symposium in this topic have been released by way of the yankee Chemical Society within the Advances in Chemistry sequence. within the preface to the amount for the 1st meet­ ing held 4 years in the past, we famous that learn on liquid crystals had passed through large fluctuations, with peaks of task round 1900 and back within the early 1930's. the current interval of excessive task which all started approximately 1960 has persisted to show acceleration. the cause of the power development within the box is because of the expanding popularity of the real position performed via liquid crystals in either organic platforms and in goods of trade as assorted as detergents and digital parts. Addi­ tionally, extra robust and complex instrumentation is seasoned­ viding a foundation for realizing the houses of the liquid crystalline nation as weIl as yielding inc~s~ve exams for the theories of mesophase constitution that are in simple terms now achieving astate of adulthood. Julian F. Johnson Roger S. Porter v CONTENTS Thermal section Transitions in Biomembranes • . • • • • • . • • 1 Joseph M. Steim stipulations of balance for Liquid-Crystalline Phospholipid Membranes .

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The determination of the excess free energy change is obtained from the temperature, the molar entropy of sublimation of the pure solid, the enthalpy of vaporization of the pure liquid, and the 58 F. W. GETZEN The value of P for so lids and for ror gasest the value of P is given measured equilibrium value for P. liquids is given by equation (6). by: (14) where X 2 is the mole fraction saturation value of the solute in the solution with its equilibrium gas pressure above the solution equal to one atmosphere.

B)From Antoine equation and enthalpy of fusion data, reference (7). (c)From reference (8). (d)From vapor pressure data, reference (9).

Getzen Department of Chemistry, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, North Carolina 27607 The solubilities of non-polar molecules in water have been examined extensively in recent years in attempts to explain their abnormal behavior as compared to solubility behavior for ideal and for regular solutions. The explanations for the abnormal solubility behavior have involved considerations of enthalpy and entropy changes which have been attributed to iceberg formation, the mixing of molecules, an~l~ntermolecular interactions.

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