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This book attempts to explain a new joint lubrication mechanism with surface-active phospholipids as a lubricant. Joint lubrication is a complex problem and attributing macromolecules to the synovial fluid of the lubricant cannot fulfill all the functions. The self-organization process of a stable pore structure in phospholipid liposomes, bilayers, lamellar phases in synovial fluid forces the lamellar-repulsive mechanism of lubrication (LRML) at pH 7.4. By giving an overview of physicochemical properties of cartilage surface parameters wettability, surface energy, and friction of amphoteric and negatively charged cartilage surface – Professor Pawlak has provided a comprehensive text to the biomechanics of fractional surfaces. It provides studies of the principles of biological micro- and nanotribology. The book is an excellent starting point for medical and biomechanical students and researchers working with biological systems. Also, it is useful in areas of high technology and the sciences of nanomaterials.
- Autorzy: Zenon Pawlak
- Objętość: 171
- Oprawa: Miękka
- Rok wydania: 2018