The lyotropic state of matter embraces highly concentrated
solutions of soaps and detergents, as well as such biologically
active substances as lipids, proteins, nucleic acids and
lipopolysaccharides. Since some of the most important living
lyotropic structures are biological membranes, their study is
multidisciplinary, ranging from the molecular physics and physical
chemistry of interfaces to living matter physics in general, and
membrane biophysics in particular. Written for liquid crystal
scientists who are not familiar with lyotropics and membranes, for
membranologists who are not familiar with liquid crystal physics,
and for experts in these fields, The Lyotropic State of Matter:
Molecular Physics and Living Matter Physics presents both theory
and experiment, and provides an overview of the state of the art in
this exciting area of study.
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Alexander G. Petrov
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