Behaviors of long-chain bifunctional molecule, alpha, omega 13,16-dimethyloctacosanedioate dimethylester (C30DME), at the air-water interface
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- Behaviors of long-chain bifunctional molecule, alpha, omega 13,16-dimethyloctacosanedioate dimethylester (C30DME), at the air-water interface
- Lee, J; Kang, Sebyung; Kim, H; Jung, S; Choo, J; Sohn, D
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- Taylor & Francis
- MOLECULAR CRYSTALS AND LIQUID CRYSTALS SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY, SECTION A: MOLECULAR CRYSTALS AND LIQUID CRYSTALS, v.371, pp.25 - 28
- The conformational change of α, ω-13, 16-dimethyloctacosanedioate dimethylester (C30DME) at the air-water interface was studied by changing the surface pressure. The surface pressure (π)-surface area (A) isotherm of C30DME indicates that the structure of C30DME changes from linear to reverse U-shape with the increase of surface pressure. The conformational change of C30DME was confirmed by several instruments such as an ellipsometer, a Reflection-Absorption IR (RAIR), and an atomic force microscope (AFM).
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