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Biophysics of Human Hair

biophysics of human hair bhushan bharat

Each cuticle cell is approximately 0. Mild cleansing systems, which do not damage or irritate the scalp, hair, and eyes, are now quite common. Thicker conditioner layer can be seen near the cuticle edges. Polyurethane film is soft and does not create much damage to hair. The pronounced ellipsoidal cross section of the hair shaft in African hair could be caused by a heterogeneous and asymmetric fiber framework, in addition to internal mechanical stresses Thibaut et al. In the past, typical shampoos were mainly soap-based products. Description: 1 online resource ix, 192 pages : illustrations some color , color portraits.

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Biophysics of Human Hair

biophysics of human hair bhushan bharat

When conditioner is applied to the virgin hair, however, the wear does not show up as an increase in the friction force. Series Title: Responsibility: Bharat Bhushan. Conditioning agents are further described in the following subsection. Adhesive force measurements were made with square pyramidal Si3 N4 tips attached to the end of a Si3 N4 cantilever beam spring constant of 0. In this section, the roughness, friction, adhesion, and wear of various hair are studied LaTorre and Bhushan, 2005a, b; LaTorre and Bhushan, 2006; Lodge and Bhushan, 2006a. Previous studies Bhushan and Li, 2003; Kasai et al. Feughelman 1997 postulates that, while the elastic modulus in the linear portion is mainly due to resistance of the α-helix hydrogen bonds, Coulombic interaction bonds in the α-helix also have a degree of contribution.

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Biophysics of Human Hair : Bharat Bhushan : 9783642266133

biophysics of human hair bhushan bharat

Coating of living cells with halloysite can control the cell growth and is not harmful to their viability. The hair strands were mounted on a Si wafer in such a way that all strands of hair were separated and parallel to each other. It deals with the structure of hair, its mechanical properties, the nanomechanical characterization, tensile deformation, tribological characterization, the thickness distribution and binding interactions on hair surface. Therefore, a damaged hair surface can adsorb more water at high 80—90% humidity. It shows that load and film area has no effect on hair friction, but a higher velocity leads to a higher coefficient of friction. For virgin treated hair, it is found that the coefficient of friction increases as the temperature increases.

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Biophysics of Human Hair af Bharat Bhushan som bog

biophysics of human hair bhushan bharat

The pH value is low, about 3. The trend corresponds well with the nanoscratch results on a single cuticle. The hardness and elastic modulus of hair decreased as the indentation depth increased. The process starts as an emulsion of the surfactants and alcohols in water. For a sample length of 38 mm 1. The arrows point to the position where the section plots were taken from. Force calibration plots yield adhesive force values at a single point and are considered to be more relevant for measurement of the pull-off force between the tip and hair surface.

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biophysics of human hair bhushan bharat

Observing the chemically damaged treated hair, the uneven distribution of the conditioner layer is seen. All coefficient of friction values were obtained 5. This is opposite of the trend on the macroscale and slightly different than that observed on the microscale. Bleaching may also be applied to limited areas of the hair such as in highlights to create a desired look. They lie at the crossroads of frontier research in physics, biology, chemistry, and medicine. It is the first book on the biophysical properties of hair. Each scratch test was repeated at least five times on the same hair to verify the data reproducibility.

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biophysics of human hair bhushan bharat

Right: Surface slope mappings with accompanying 2D profiles LaTorre and Bhushan, 2005a 5. In this work, the force curves were collected at the same maximum cantilever deflection relative trigger mode , at each point in a 64 × 64 array total 4096 measurement points with each force curve sampled at 64 points over a scan 2. Treated hair surface is covered with a layer of conditioner, which can adsorb a large amount of water at medium and high humidities. It consists of a linear stepper motor which loads a single hair fiber in tension, see Fig. Hence no apparent difference is seen in the stress—strain curves.

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biophysics of human hair bhushan bharat

Similar to many other domains, including biomedical engineering, numerical modeling has appeared as a complementary key actor for improving our knowledge of skin physiology. As the tip rasters over the step in the trace mode i. As explained in LaTorre and Bhushan 2005a,b and LaTorre and Bhushan 2006 , chemical damage to the hair causes the outer lubricious layer of the cuticle to wear off, resulting in an increased coefficient of friction. The effect of 5 min soaking in de-ionized water on the coefficient of friction and scratch resistance of human hair is limited within a shallow region about 600 nm deep of the hair surface. Surface charge of human hair has a significant effect on manageability, flyaway behavior, feel, and appearance.

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Biophysics of Human Hair: Structural, Nanomechanical, and Nanotribological Studies

biophysics of human hair bhushan bharat

These topics are followed by the physical aspects of macromolecules, with a particular emphasis on the biological functions, conformation, and hydrophobic interactions of proteins. Hence the behavior of hair under tension is of interest. Nanoscale characterization of the cellular structure, mechanical properties, and morphological, frictional, and adhesive properties tribological properties of hair are essential to evaluate and develop better cosmetic products, and to advance the understanding of biological and cosmetic science. This functionalization method is of special relevance for mimicking hair surface whose charge density and chemical heterogeneity strongly depends upon the hair type. Regarding the chemo-mechanically damaged hair, since the coefficient of friction of chemo-mechanically damaged hair varies depending on the type and extent of damage as discussed above , it is difficult to make a comparison with the virgin or virgin treated hair. It is the first book on the biophysical properties of hair.

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Biophysics of human hair : structural, nanomechanical, and nanotribological studies (Book, 2010) [fentonia.com]

biophysics of human hair bhushan bharat

Instead, the tip only broke the top cell of each cuticle and carried away the broken cuticle cells until the end of the scratch. Thus, the hydrophobicity of the hair will be relevant to not only how much conditioner is deposited, but also how it diffuses into the hair and bonds to the hair surface. For most people, grooming and maintenance of hair and skin is a daily process. It contains four distinct cellular layers: basal layer, spinous layer, granular layer, and keratin layer. However, chemically damaged hair experienced a large increase in coefficient of friction at high humidity, while chemically damaged treated hair experienced the opposite trend. The top-right image clearly shows that the cuticle of Caucasian hair is about 6—7 scales thick, and each cuticle cell is about 0.

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Biophysics of Human Hair von Bharat Bhushan

biophysics of human hair bhushan bharat

This method uses a microbalance to measure the force exerted on a single fiber when it is immersed into the wetting liquid of interest de-ionized water. In the treatment of dandruff, zinc pyrithione is a common shampoo additive. Error bars represent ±1σ on the average coefficient value. The scanning is implemented by the motion of a cylindrical piezoelectric tube, which can act as the holder of either the cantilever or the sample. The technique is based on application of a simple discharge device. Chapter 2 Experimental Methods Early research into human hair was done primarily on the chemical and physical properties of the hair fiber itself. The human hair consists of a layered fiber structure comprising the cuticle, cortex and a central medulla, a structure not always present Luengo et al.

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