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The first chapter reviews basic thermal physics, intermolecular forces, and mechanical properties of soft matter.
The large surface area created by this multitude of bristles generates enough weak intermolecular forces to support the whole animal.
A new paradigm in soft tissue therapy is introduced, namely that electromagnetic fields from molecular and intermolecular forces, the heartbeat, muscle contraction, gland sections and emotions can be focussed for healing.
This is explained because the painting is done at high temperatures, which weaken the intermolecular forces.
g] of a polymer depends on chain stiffness, symmetry, and intermolecular forces.
Water entry in polymer material is primarily caused by diffusion and partly by the polarity of the polymer chains that is caused by unsaturated molecules and unbalanced intermolecular forces.
In particular, the interplay between the material properties of the liquid (density, viscosity and surface tension) with slip length and (stabilizing) intermolecular forces will be considered.
Nevertheless, the major themes have remained much the same: the Chemistry of New Materials; the Relevance of Bonding and Intermolecular Forces to Our Lives; Consumer Chemistry; and Environmental Chemistry.