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Milazzo, Giulio

Works: 104 works in 409 publications in 5 languages and 4,046 library holdings
Genres: Conference papers and proceedings  Tables (Data) 
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Most widely held works by Giulio Milazzo
Tables of standard electrode potentials by Giulio Milazzo( Book )

25 editions published between 1977 and 1991 in 3 languages and held by 438 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Ben shu shou ji 92 zhong yuan su ji qi hua he wu zai duo zhong rong ji, Duo zhong ti xi zhong de biao zhun dian ji dian wei, Jie shao le ge zhong dian ji ti xi, Zhong jie wu zhi, Rong ye zu cheng, Ce liang fang fa deng shi yan tiao jian yu ke kao shu ju
Electrochemistry; theoretical principles and practical applications by Giulio Milazzo( Book )

19 editions published in 1963 in English and held by 380 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Energetics and technology of biological elimination of wastes : proceedings of the International Colloquium, held in Rome, October 17-19, 1979 by Giulio Milazzo( )

20 editions published between 1979 and 1981 in English and held by 315 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Proceedings of the International Colloquium, held in Rome, October 17-19, 1979
Bioelectrochemistry I : biological redox reactions by Antonino Zichichi( Book )

14 editions published in 1983 in English and held by 206 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This is the first course devoted to bioelectrochemistry held within the frame­ work of the International School of Biophysics. Although this branch of scientific research is already about two centuries old, as a truly independent one it has been in a stage of lively development since only a few decades ago and this is why a first course at the E. Majorana Center was devoted to it. Since bioelectrochemistry consists of many sub-fields, it is impossible to include, even superficially, all of them in a short course lasting just a week, and therefore the chapter of redox-reactions was chosen for this first course as being most general in character. But even restricting the course to redox-reactions, only a few subjects could be included and therefore the choice among them was made considering the most general guidelines that could serve as a basis for the further study of individual problems. In this way we hope to give a sound basis to the study of and to stimulate further interest in this branch of both biological and physical chemistry. This dual interdisciplinary approach is, on the other hand, unavoidable if a more rigorous and logical attack on biological problems in living bodies is to be carried ahead. VII CONTENTS ix Symbols and acronyms Opening address A. BORSELLINO 1 Bioelectrochemistry and bioenergetics: an interdisciplinary survey G. MILAZZO 5 General criteria for the fulfilment of redox reactions R. BUVET 15 Photosynthesis - selected topics H
Bioelectrochemistry of membranes by D Walz( Book )

8 editions published between 2003 and 2004 in English and held by 202 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"Bioelectrochemistry: Principles and Practice provides a comprehensive compilation of all the physicochemical aspects of the different biochemical and physiological processes."--Jacket
Biological aspects of electrochemistry; proceedings of the 1st international symposium, Rome (Italy) Istituto superiore di sanità, May 31st to June 4th 1971 by Giulio Milazzo( Book )

16 editions published in 1971 in English and Multiple languages and held by 200 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Bioelectrochemistry : general introduction by S. Roy Caplan( Book )

12 editions published between 1994 and 1995 in English and held by 196 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Volume 1 of this Series is intended to give the reader a fundamental understanding of the key areas deemed essential to the study of bioelec­ trochemistry. A thorough grasp of the theory and methodology of these basic topics is vital to cope successfully with the complex phenomena that currently face investigators in most bioelectrochemical laboratories. Chapter 1 outlines the nonequilibrium thermodynamics and kinetics of the processes involved, stressing the connection between the two ap­ proaches. Particular emphasis is placed on the enzymes catalyzing cytosolic reactions and membrane transport. The techniques discussed are sufficient for the study of systems in the steady state, but systems that are evolving towards the steady state, or show some other time-depen­ dent behavior, require in addition the techniques of mathematical modelling. These are dealt with in some detail in Chapter 2, where network representation of the system is treated at length as the method of choice in carrying out appropriate simulations. In Chapter 3 attention is directed to the twin problems of water structure and ionic hydration
Bioelectrochemistry II : membrane phenomena by Giulio Milazzo( Book )

15 editions published between 1987 and 1988 in English and Undetermined and held by 191 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This book contains the lectures of the second course devoted to bioelectro­ chemistry, held within the framework of the International School of Biophysics. In this course another very large field of bioelectrochemistry, i. e. the field of Membrane Phenomena, was considered, which itself consists of several different, but yet related subfields. Here again, it can be easily stated that it is impossible to give a complete and detailed picture of all membrane phenomena of biological interest in a short course of about one and half week. Therefore the same philosophy, as the one of the first course, was followed, to select a series of lectures at postgraduate level, giving a synthesis of several membrane phenomena chosen among the most'important ones. These lectures should show the large variety of membrane-regulated events occurring in living bodies, and serve as sound interdisciplinary basis to start a special­ ized study of biological phenomena, for which the investigation using the dual approach, physico-chemical and biological, is unavoidable. Since, as already mentioned, it was impossible to exhaust, even roughly, is a short course like this, the presentation and introductory treatment of the extremely large variety of membrane phenomena, it can be expected that the third course will continue the subject of membrane phenomena deepening some ones presented in this course and introducing some new ones. vii CONTENTS Symbols and acronyms IX Opening address G. MILAZZO 1 Structure of biological membranes and of their models I J . A. HAYWARD et al
Bioelectrochemistry IV : nerve muscle function : bioelectrochemistry, mechanisms, bioenergetics, and control by Bruno Andrea Melandri( Book )

13 editions published in 1994 in English and held by 170 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

By G. MILAZZO and M. BLANK This book contains the lectures of the fourth advanced course Bioelectrochemislry W Neroe-Muscle Function: Bioelectrochemistry, Mechanisms, Energetics and Contro~ which took place at the Majorana Center in Erice, Italy, October 20th to November 1, 1991. The scope of the course was international in terms of both sponsorship and partici­ pation. Sponsors included the Bioelectrochemical Society, NATO, International Union of Pure and Applied Biophysics (lUPAB), the World Federation of Scientists and the Italian National Research Council. One-third of the sixty participants were from Italy, but the majority came from eighteen other nations. Since the course was part of the International School of Biophysics, the biophysi­ cal point of view was emphasized in integrating the biology with the electrochemistry. Lecturers were asked to use a quantitative approach with accepted standards and proper units, since this is absolutely essential for developing an effective common language for communication across disciplines. Participants were also urged not to forget that biological systems could also be considered as physical systems. Ion channels are proteins and their properties as polyelectrolytes contribute to the specific biological properties. The existence of families of channels, with very similar structures but different selectivities, suggests that the specificities arise from slight variations of a general basic design. These perspectives on nerve-muscle function helped to make the school course a unique treatment of the subject
Bioelectrochemistry III : charge separation across biomembranes by Giulio Milazzo( Book )

11 editions published between 1990 and 2013 in English and Undetermined and held by 164 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This book contains aseries of review papers related to the lectures given at the Third Course on Bioelectrochemistry held at Erice in November 1988, in the framework of the International School of Biophysics. The topics covered by this course, "Charge Separation Across Biomembranes, " deal with the electrochemical aspects of some basic phenomena in biological systems, such as transport of ions, ATP synthesis, formation and maintenance of ionic and protonic gradients. In the first part of the course some preliminary lectures introduce the students to the most basic phenomena and technical aspects of membrane bioelectrochemistry. The remaining part of the course is devoted to the description of a selected group of membrane-enzyme systems, capable of promoting, or exploiting, the processes of separation of electrically charged entities (electrons or ions) across the membrane barrier. These systems are systematically discussed both from a structural and functional point of view. The effort of the many distinguished lecturers who contributed to the course is aimed at offering a unifying treatement of the electrogenic systems operating in biological membranes, underlying the fundamental differences in the molecular mechanisms of charge translocation
Bioenergetics by Peter Gräber( Book )

7 editions published between 1996 and 1997 in English and held by 162 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Bioenergetics, the topic of volume 5 of this Series, is concerned with the energetics, the kinetics, and the mechanisms of energy conversion in biological systems. This phenomenon can be investigated on diffe­ rent levels of complexity. On a global level the role of biological pro­ cesses for the steady state of our enviroment is considered. At the physiological level, the relation between energy input and the physiolo­ gical state of an organism is of interest, while at the cellular level the biochemical pathways for degradation and synthesis of all relevant substrates is investigated. At present the majority of bioenergetic stu­ dies pertain to the molecular level. The processes in a cell are cataly­ zed by a large number of proteins called enzymes. The enzymes in­ volved in energy transduction can be considered as molecular ma­ chines which transform energy from one form into another, or transfer energy from one process to another. Living systems operate far from equilibrium and are open in the ther­ modynamic sense, i. e. they exchange energy and matter with the sur­ roundings. Chapter 1 presents the principles of non equilibrium thermo­ dynamics applied to biological systems. About 0. 05% of the energy from the sunlight which reaches the surface of the earth is used by plants and algae as well as some bacteria to synthesize organic com­ pounds, and thus supplies all organisms with the energy necessary for life
Elektrochemie : Theoret. Grundlagen u. Anwendungen by Giulio Milazzo( Book )

26 editions published between 1952 and 2014 in German and Undetermined and held by 155 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Das vorliegende Buch hat den Zweck, die Grundlagen der Elek trochemie dem Leser in einer moglichst einfachen und auch fiir den Nichtspezialisten verstandlichen Form zu vermitteln. Es setzt daher nur ein Minimum an Vorkenntnissen in der Chemie und physikalischen Che mie voraus. Aus diesem Grunde eignet es sich als Lehrbuch, ist aber auch ein praktischer Ratgeber, da ich darin viele Zahlenangaben ge8ammelt und in Tabellenform zusammengestellt habe, die in der Literatur verstreut und oft nicht leicht zuganglich sind. Es ist unmoglich, in einem im Prinzip den Anfangern gewidmeten Werk die gesamte Theorie und aIle moglichen Anwendungen der Elek trochemie zusammenfassend darzustellen, ohne es zu einer allzu volu minosen Abhandlung anwachsen zu lassen. Das vorliegende Werk ent wickelt daher in erster Linie jene Teile der Theorie, die zu speziell sind, urn in einem Werk iiber allgemeine physikalische Chemie Platz zu finden, und untersucht in zweiter Linie, wie die allgemeinen, aus dem Studium der physikalischen Chernie schon bekannten und in diesem Buch in der speziellen elektrochemischen Richtung weiter entwickelten Auffassungen iiber chemische Umsetzungen auf die elektrochemischen Vorgange ange wendet werden konnen. In meiner Darstellung habe ich immer getrachtet, nicht nue die zu unserem festen Besitzstand gehorenden Ergebnisse, sondern auch die Schwierigkeiten und Unsicherheiten, die immer noch auf theoretischem und experimentellem Gebiete bestehen, hervorzuheben
Bioelectrochemistry of biomacromolecules by Giorgio Lenaz( Book )

10 editions published between 1996 and 2003 in English and held by 150 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Bioelectrochemistry: Principles and Practice provides a comprehensive compilation of all the physicochemical aspects of the different biochemical and physiological processes. Macromolecules, essentially nucleic acids, proteins and complex carbohydrates, are the building blocks of cell structure and function. This fifth volume in the "Bioelectrochemistry" series deals essentially with water-soluble biomacromolecules, since the properties of membrane-bound proteins are considered in other volumes of this series. The first chapter provides an extensive review of the structure, chemical reactivity and electromagnetic properties of nucleic acids. The following five chapters concentrate on proteins, their structure, folding and function, the electrochemistry of redox proteins and voltammetric methods. Special attention is devoted to the field of thiol/disulfide exchange as well as to one particular class of proteins, the iron-sulfur proteins. The last chapter considers the chemistry and properties of glycosaminoglycans, the complex charged polysaccharides of the cell surface and extracellular matrix. This series is intended as a set of source books for graduate and postgraduate students as well as research workers at all levels in bioelectrochemistry
Topics in bioelectrochemistry and bioenergetics( Book )

in English and held by 147 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Experimental techniques in bioelectrochemistry by V Brabec( Book )

9 editions published between 1996 and 2013 in English and held by 135 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Bioelectrochemistry of cells and tissues( Book )

6 editions published in 1995 in English and held by 98 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Elektrochemie : Grundlagen und Anwendungen by Giulio Milazzo( Book )

8 editions published between 1980 and 1983 in German and held by 81 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Electrochimie by Giulio Milazzo( Book )

17 editions published in 1969 in French and held by 80 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Atomic spectra in the vacuum ultraviolet from 2250 to 1100 Å by J Junkes( Book )

6 editions published in 1965 in English and held by 71 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Bioelectrochemistry of Cells and Tissues by D Walz( )

1 edition published in 1995 in English and held by 57 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Bioelectrochemistry: Principles and Practice provides a comprehensive compilation of all the physicochemical aspects of the different biochemical and physiological processes. The role of electric and magnetic fields in biological systems forms the focus of this second volume in the Bioelectrochemistry series. The most prominent use of electric fields is found in some fish. These species generate fields of different strengths and patterns serving either as weapons, or for the purpose of location and communication. Electrical phenomena involved in signal transduction are discussed by means of two examples, namely excitation-contraction coupling in muscles and light transduction in photoreceptors. Also examined is the role of electrical potential differences in energy metabolism and its control. Temporal and spatial changes of the potential difference across the membranes of nerve cells are carefully evaluated, since they are the basis of the spreading and processing of information in the nervous system. The dielectric properties of cells and their responses to electric fields, such as electrophoresis and electrorotation, are dealt with in detail. Finally, the effects of magnetic fields on living systems and of low-frequency electromagnetic fields on cell metabolism are also considered. Further volumes will be added to the series, which is intended as a set of source books for graduate and postgraduate students as well as research workers at all levels in bioelectrochemistry
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Energetics and technology of biological elimination of wastes : proceedings of the International Colloquium, held in Rome, October 17-19, 1979
Bioelectrochemistry of membranesBioelectrochemistry III : charge separation across biomembranesBioenergeticsBioelectrochemistry of biomacromoleculesExperimental techniques in bioelectrochemistry
Alternative Names
Giulio Milazzo born:1912-02-11 ied:1993-01-06 Milazzo, Giulio, 1912-1993; Milazzo, G.

Milazzo, G.

Milazzo, G. (Giulio)

Milazzo, Giulio

Milazzo, Guilio.