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On adsorption at the oil/water interface and the calculation of electrical potentials in the aqueous surface phase. II. The effects of ionic size
  • D. Haydon, F. H. Taylor
  • Materials Science
  • Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society…
  • 17 November 1960
An equation is derived similar to the Gouy equation for a flat diffuse double layer but which takes into acount the finite sizes of the adsorbed and counter ions. The corresponding equation givingExpand
1. It is proposed that a stimulus is initiated in an olfactory receptor cell only when a critical number (p) of odorant molecules is concentrated within one small area of the cell membrane. AnExpand
Rooting greenwood cuttings of sugar maple - effect of clone and medium
In forest genetics work, an important method for evaluating selected trees is clonal testing.
The Secondary Xylem of the Violaceae: A Comparative Study
The Violaceae exhibit a range of structural variability in the secondary xylem Included in the family are genera whose wood is strikingly primitive along with others that show more advanced, but notExpand
On haemolysis by anionic detergents
The kinetics of haemolysis of human red blood cells by synthetic anionic detergents has been studied. It is shown that these detergents can destroy red cells by two mechanisms, which normally operateExpand
Neutral molecules and a simplified treatment for ions
  • D. Haydon, F. H. Taylor
  • Materials Science, Biology
  • Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society…
  • 18 February 1960
Films of neutral substances adsorbed at the oil/water interface obey the equation of state and the adsorption isotherm which are derived assuming complete mobility of the molecules in the interface.Expand
On haemolysis and haemolytic acceleration
A study is made of the haemolytic-rate curves of saponin and the ionic detergents, and of the effect on the curves of haemolytic accelerators. An equation relating percentage haemolysis and time isExpand
A Model System for the Olfactory Membrane
IN the course of investigations on the kinetics of lysis of red blood cells by saponin and other hæmolytic agents, we have studied the effect of the addition of small amounts of various odorants. WeExpand