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The Resource Biophysics of Skin and Its Treatments : Structural, Nanotribological, and Nanomechanical Studies

Biophysics of Skin and Its Treatments : Structural, Nanotribological, and Nanomechanical Studies

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Biophysics of Skin and Its Treatments : Structural, Nanotribological, and Nanomechanical Studies
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Biophysics of Skin and Its Treatments
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Structural, Nanotribological, and Nanomechanical Studies
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Biophysics of Skin and Its Treatments : Structural, Nanotribological, and Nanomechanical Studies
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Biophysics of Skin and Its Treatments : Structural, Nanotribological, and Nanomechanical Studies
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  • Preface -- Contents -- About the Author -- 1 Introduction -- 1.1 Tribological and Mechanical Properties and Triboelectric Effects -- 1.2 Tactile Perception -- 1.3 Application of Skin Cream, Tactile Perception, and Role of Tribology -- 1.4 Organization of the Book -- References -- 2 Skin and Skin Cream -- 2.1 Skin -- 2.2 Pig and Rat Skin -- 2.3 Skin Cream -- 2.4 Synthetic Skin for Cosmetics Science -- References -- 3 Experimental Techniques -- 3.1 Animal Skins and Skin Creams -- 3.1.1 Animal Skin -- 3.1.2 Damaged Skin -- 3.1.3 Various Skin Creams and Cream Treatment Procedure -- 3.1.3.1 Rat Skin-Virgin -- 3.1.3.2 Rat Skin and Pig Skin-Virgin and Damaged -- 3.2 Synthetic Skin Samples -- 3.2.1 Synthetic Skin-1 -- 3.2.2 Synthetic Skin-2 -- 3.3 Physical Characterization -- 3.3.1 Contact Angle Measurements -- 3.3.2 Dynamic Viscosity Measurements -- 3.3.3 Nanoscale Surface Roughness, Friction, Adhesive Force, and Wear Resistance Measurements -- 3.3.4 Film Thickness, Adhesive Forces, and Young's Modulus Mapping -- 3.3.5 Macroscale Friction and Wear Resistance (Durability) Measurements -- 3.3.6 Nanomechanical Properties Measurements -- 3.3.6.1 Nanoscratch Measurements -- 3.3.6.2 Nanoindentation Experiments -- 3.3.6.3 In Situ Tensile Measurements -- 3.3.7 Surface Potential Measurements -- 3.3.8 Humidity and Temperature Control -- References -- Rat Skin-Virgin -- 4 Adhesion, Friction, and Wear of Rat Skin With and Without a Common Cream Treatment -- 4.1 A Common Cream Treatment -- 4.1.1 Surface Roughness and Friction on the Nanoscale -- 4.1.2 Effect of the Duration of Cream Treatment on Film Thickness and Effect of Cream Film Thickness, Velocity, and Normal Load on Adhesion and Friction on the Nanoscale -- 4.1.3 Effect of Relative Humidity and Temperature on Adhesion and Friction on the Nanoscale -- 4.1.4 Wear Resistance on the Nanoscale
  • 4.1.5 Effect of Cream Film Thickness, Velocity and Normal Load on Friction as Well as Wear Resistance on the Macroscale -- 4.1.6 Summary -- 4.2 Various Cream Treatments -- 4.2.1 Duration of Cream Treatment, Adhesion, Friction, Dynamic Viscosity and Wear Resistance on the Nanoscale -- 4.2.2 Effect of Relative Humidity on Film Thickness, Adhesive Forces and Effective Young's Modulus Mappings on the Nanoscale -- 4.2.3 Summary -- References -- 5 Nanomechanical Properties of Rat Skin With and Without a Common Cream Treatment -- 5.1 Nanoscratch -- 5.2 Nanoindentation -- 5.3 In Situ Tensile Measurements -- 5.4 Summary -- References -- 6 Triboelectrification of Rat Skin With and Without a Common Cream Treatment -- 6.1 Understanding of Triboelectric Charge Generation Between Skin and Polystyrene -- 6.2 Effect of Velocity, Load, and Rubbing Time in Macroscale and Microscale Rubbing -- 6.2.1 Surface Potential Maps -- 6.2.2 Effect of Skin Cream Treatment -- 6.2.3 Comparison of Macroscale and Microscale Rubbing Data -- 6.2.4 Effect of Velocity, Normal Load, and Rubbing Time on Absolute Surface Potential -- 6.3 Effect of Relative Humidity on Surface Potential in Microscale Rubbing -- 6.4 Summary -- References -- Rat Skin and Pig Skin-Virgin and Damaged -- 7 Friction, Wear, and Nanomechanical Properties of Virgin and Damaged Rat Skin and Pig Skin With and Without a Common Cream Treatment -- 7.1 Surface Roughness, Contact Angle, Friction, and Wear Properties With and Without a Common Cream Treatment-Rat Skin -- 7.1.1 Surface Roughness, Contact Angle, and Nanoscale Friction -- 7.1.2 Effect of Velocity, Normal Load, Relative Humidity, and Number of Cycles on Nanoscale Friction -- 7.1.3 Macroscale Friction and the Effect of Velocity, Normal Load, and Number of Cycles -- 7.2 Surface Roughness, Contact Angle, and Friction Properties with a Common Cream Treatment-Pig Skin
  • 7.2.1 Surface Roughness, Contact Angle, and Nanoscale Friction -- 7.2.2 Effect of Velocity, Normal Load, Relative Humidity, and Number of Cycles on Nanoscale Friction -- 7.2.3 Macroscale Friction and Effect of Velocity, Normal Load, and Number of Cycles -- 7.3 Nanomechanical Properties of Rat and Pig Skin -- 7.4 Summary -- References -- Synthetic Skin -- 8 Nanotribological and Nanomechanical Characterization of Synthetic Skins With and Without Common Cream Treatment for Cosmetic Science -- 8.1 Surface Roughness and Contact Angle for Rat Skin, Pig Skin, Synthetic Skin-1, and Synthetic Skin-2 -- 8.2 Coefficient of Friction, Adhesive Force and Film Thickness for Rat Skin, Pig Skin, Synthetic Skin-1, and Synthetic Skin-2 -- 8.3 Adhesive Force and Film Thickness Maps for Rat Skin, Pig Skin, Synthetic Skin-1, and Synthetic Skin-2 -- 8.4 Nanomechanical Properties of Rat Skin, Pig Skin, Synthetic Skin-1, and Synthetic Skin-2 -- 8.5 Summary -- References -- Skin Tactile Perception -- 9 Skin Vibrations Created During Touch -- 9.1 Introduction -- 9.2 Experimental Apparatus and Procedure -- 9.2.1 Artificial Finger -- 9.2.2 Vibration Sensor Selection -- 9.2.3 Description of Tribometer Apparatus and Procedure -- 9.3 Results and Discussion -- 9.3.1 PMMA, Pig Skin, and Synthetic Skin with and Without Cream Treatment -- 9.3.2 Effect of Normal Load and Velocity -- 9.3.3 Effect of Cream Treatment Time -- 9.4 Summary -- References -- Closure -- 10 Overall Summary and Outlook -- Appendix A: Primer to Tribology -- A.1 Introduction -- A.2 Solid Surface Characterization -- Outline placeholder -- A.2.1 Surface Films Characterization -- A.2.2 Surface Roughness Characterization -- A.2.2.1 Average Roughness Parameters -- A.2.2.2 Roughness Measurement Techniques -- A.3 Contact Between Solid Surfaces -- Outline placeholder -- A.3.1 Analysis of the Contacts
  • A.3.2 Measurement of the Real Area of Contact -- A.4 Adhesion -- Outline placeholder -- A.4.1 Solid-Solid Contact -- A.4.2 Liquid-Mediated Contact -- A.5 Friction -- Outline placeholder -- A.5.2 Coefficient of Friction -- A.5.2 Basic Mechanisms of Sliding Friction -- A.6 Interface Temperature of Sliding Surfaces -- A.7 Wear -- Outline placeholder -- A.7.1 Types of Wear Mechanisms -- A.8 Fluid-Film Lubrication and Boundary Lubrication -- References -- Subject Index
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