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|Title:||Synchrotron diffraction studies of lead octadecanoate, tetracosanoic acid and 1-eicosanol monolayers on water|
|Authors:||Lin, B;Peng, JB;Ketterson, JB;Dutta, P|
|subject:||Electromagnetic Waves--Diffraction;Lead Compounds;Water|
|Publisher:||Elsevier SA. The Journal's web site is located at http://www.elsevier.com/locate/tsf|
|Description:||We have used diffraction of synchrotron radiation to study Langmuir monolayers of several different materials. Lead octadecanoate (stearate) was seen to undergo first order melting, although there is no clear indication of this in its isotherm. 1-eicosanol, which has a "kink" in its isotherm, shows diffraction peaks of similar size both above and below this kink. Tetracosanoic acid shows, at high pressure, a second peak close to the first. © 1988.|
|Standard no:||Thin Solid Films, 1988, v. 159 n. 1-2, p. 111-114|
|Appears in Collections:||Department of Anatomy|
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