Life would not exist without sensitive, or soft, matter. Red blood globules, lung fluid, and membranes depend on it, as do industrial emulsions, gels, plastics, liquid crystals, and granular materials. Physicist Michel Mitov ranges from the miracle of mayonnaise to the liquefaction of dry blood in this fascinating introduction.
Subjects: General Science, Physics
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