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TitleDynamic Light Scattering and Rheological Studies of some Micellar Copolymer Solutions
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Table of Contents
                            Acknowledgements
Synopsis
Publication List
Introduction
	Soft matter
	Examples of soft matter systems
		Amphiphilic molecules
		Colloidal suspensions
		Hydrogels
	Intermolecular interactions in soft matter
		van der Waals interaction
		Electric double layer interaction
		Hydrophobic interaction
	Some examples of phase transitions in soft matter
		Self assembly of amphiphilic molecules:
		Jamming transition
	Materials studied
		Pluronic F127
		Pectin gels
		Cornstarch suspensions
	Experimental studies
		Rheology
		Dynamic Light Scattering
	Chaotic dynamics in dissipative systems:
	Thesis Organization
References
Experimental Techniques and Data Analysis
	Introduction:
	Experimental techniques:
		Rheological measurements:
		Dynamic light scattering:
		Cryo-SEM (scanning electron microscopy) measurements:
		Fluorescence measurements.
		Small angle X-ray scattering (SAXS).
	Data Analysis:
		Analysis of observed chaotic data:
References
Jamming Behavior of Triblock Copolymer Solutions and Triblock Copolymer-Anionic Surfactant Mixtures
	Introduction
	Sample preparation
	Results
	Conclusions
References
Encapsulation of drugs in Pluronic F127 Micelles: The Effects of Drug Hydrophobicity, Solution Temperature and pH
	Introduction
	Sample preparation
	Results and Discussion
	Conclusion
References
Formation and Rupture of Ca2+ Induced Pectin Biopolymer Gels
	Introduction
	Sample preparation
	Results and Discussions
		Gel Formation:
		Gel Rupture:
	Conclusions
References
Chaotic Rheological Response in the Shear Banding Region of Cornstarch Suspensions
	Introduction
	Sample Preparation
	Results and Discussions
	Conclusion
References
Summary and Future Directions
                        

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