Interest in water will continue to grow for a long time to come. It will continue to spread over a large number of disciplines and technologies. Research into water in all its aspects has become so diverse that even those with a direct interest find it impossible to keep up with the original literature beyond a very limited range. On the other hand, scientists want to keep in touch with a wide spectrum of basic and applied research on water and the role played by aqueous solvents in physical, chemical, biological, technological and environmental processes. Water Science Reviews contains three or four critical reviews of the type previously published in the seven volume work Water - A Comprehensive Treatise. Some reviews update previously published topics while others feature areas of Water Sciences that have never yet been reviewed. A common focus is the central position adopted by water in the systems and processes described.
Table of Contents
Lyotropic effects of water on phospholipids J.
H. Crowe and L. M. Crowe
Hydration of nucleic acids E. Westhof and D. L.
The solvation of amino acids and small peptides
T. H. Lilley
Solution properties of low molecular weight
polyhydroxy compounds F. Franks and J. R.