Mesoscale and Nanoscale Thermodynamics I
The session welcomes contributions on experimental, theoretical, and computational studies of systems and phenomena where a sub-micron or nanoscale length (intermediate between an atomistic size and a macroscopic size) explicitly affects the thermodynamic and transport properties. Finite-size and fluctuation thermodynamics, non-equilibrium and equilibrium thermodynamics of soft-matter materials (such as polymers, gels, microemulsions, and bio-membranes), wetting and interfacial phenomena, nonequilibrium thermodynamics of pattern formation and fractals at nanoscale are examples of the topics to be considered for this session.
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