By John Texter
The topic of this quantity is restricted in that it addresses amphiphiles at liquid/air, liquid/liquid, and liquid/solid interfaces, with litte awareness paid to vapor/solid interfaces. This quantity will serve to summarize our present knowing of interfacial constitution on the molecular point in those platforms, and the relation of this constitution to chemical and physicochemical phenomena.
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5, the methyl carbon atom is practically inaccessible to water. To describe directly the orientation of th~ hydrocarbon chain with respect to the interface we define an end-to-end vector pointing from the methylene carbon atom adjacent to the hydroxyl group, to the methyl carbon atom. Then, we calculate the probability distribution function, P(O), of finding the angle 0, formed between this vector and the normal to the interface directed from hexane to water. P(0) is normalized to describe the probability in the same solid angle for all values of 0.
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