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This comprehensive guide illustrates the effects of dispersions in applications, the means necessary to achieve these effects with optical results, and how to overcome or avoid the difficulties encountered;emphasizing the dispersions of solid particles in liquid or solid media. Providing insight into a wide range of well established and interrelated technologies, Technological Applications of Dispersions details the physical character of the disperse phase discusses major components of dispersions, including pigments explores surface coatings, optical effects, and recording of information explains strength enhancement of inorganic materials exemplifies emulsion polymerization, microencapsulation, and the control of crystal size, lattice type, and habit covers the stability and rheology of dispersions and the dispersibility of powders in liquids analyzes protein micelles in milk and the biological fate of drug carriers and more!
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Robert B. McKay (August 11, 1919 – July 13, 1990) was a dean of New York University Law School, a former president of the New York City Bar Association, and the chair of McKay Commission, which investigated the 1971 Attica Prison riot.