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The Best Book on Solid State Physics: Solid State Physics 6th Edition by S.O. Pillai

It is important to note that while some of the liquid-like FAs in the solid-liquid interface do become liquid at lower temperatures, they do not become liquid at the melting point of the solid-liquid interface; in other words, they do not become liquid liquid.1

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In support of this conclusion, we have recently measured the melting temperature of interfacial hexagonal-phase 1,2-dioleoyl-sn-glycerol monooleate (LOO-DGG) and have determined that the melting temperature is 40 K below that of the liquid-like FAs. This research was published in the July 2010 issue of Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA) in an article entitled: Effects of D-alpha-Tocopherol on the Phase Behavior of Gel State Liposomes Made of Dimyristoylphosphatidylcholine and LDO-DGG (Zemlyanov et al).1

Thus, the most fundamental stability requirement for the solid phase is for the stability of the saturated FA layer itself. Similarly, the most fundamental requirement for the liquid-like phase is for the stability of the unsaturated FA layer. This statement is independent of other phases in the system. Therefore, the argument can be generalized to the observation that the membrane itself does not have a melting temperature. If there is a melting temperature, it is at the interface between the membrane and the environment.

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