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by Ger Vertogen,Wim H. de Jeu

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3540179461
Author:
Ger Vertogen,Wim H. de Jeu
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Physics
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English
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Springer; 1 edition (May 17, 1988)
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Springer Series in Chemical Physics. Thermotropic Liquid Crystals, Fundamentals. Wim H. de Jeu. Series Title. Springer Series in Chemical Physics.

Springer Series in Chemical Physics.

Thermotropic Liquid Crystals, Fundamentals. Ger Vertogen, Wim H. Pages 3-19. Nematic Liquid Crystals. Pages 20-28. Smectic Liquid Crystals. Pages 29-47. Other Liquid Crystalline Systems. Pages 48-62. Part II deals with the macroscopic continuum theory of liquid crystals and gives a systematic development of the theory from a tensorial point of view thus emphasizing the relevant symmetries. Part III concentrates on experiments that provide microscopic information on the orientational behaviour of the molecules.

Thermotropic Liquid Crystals, Fundamentals Springer Series in Chemical Physics (Том 45). Авторы.

Preference is given to discussing the assumptions made in developing theories and analyzing experimental data rather than to attempting to compile all the latest results. The book has four parts. Part I is quite descriptive in character and gives a general overview of the various liquid crystalline phases. Thermotropic Liquid Crystals, Fundamentals Springer Series in Chemical Physics (Том 45). Издание: иллюстрированное. Vol 45 by G. W. Vertogen and W. H. de Jeu}, author {Patrick G. Barber}, year {1989} }. oceedings{icLC, title {Thermotropic liquid crystals. Critical reports on applied chemistry. Patrick G. Barber.

Introduction to Liquid State Physics. Advances in Chemical Physics Bundle. Fundamentals of Adsorption: Proceedings of the Fifth International Conferen. Liquid Crystals XI (Proceedings of Spie).

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Germany - SIR Ranking of Germany. Subject Area and Category. Chemistry Physical and Theoretical Chemistry.

Institute of Physics. The following article appeared in Applied. physics letters, 85(17),pp. 3914-3916; 2004 and may be found. Several absorption peaks were observed and ascribed to be the fundamental vibrational modes of each of the isomers which were also validated by ab initio calculations. The absorption peak at 4 THz is attributed to the twisting of the 1,4-naphthol about its longer axis while the absorption peak at 5 THz is due to the butterfly motion of the naphthol about its shorter axis.

The book by Vertogen and de Jeu aims to fill this gap. It is the clear intention of the authors to focus solely on fundamental aspects of thermotropic liquid crystals. The book is organized in four sections. However, other topics of interest such as discotic o r polymeric liquid crystals are dealt with in a very brief manner.

The aim of the present volume is to provide a survey of the state-of-the art in Jahn-Teller interactions at the interface of quantum chemistry and condensed matter physics.

The aim of this book is to give a unified and critical account of the fundamental aspects of liquid crystals. Preference is given to discussing the assumptions made in developing theories and analyzing experimental data rather than to attempting to compile all the latest results. The book has four parts. Part I is quite descriptive in character and gives a general overview of the various liquid crystalline phases. Part II deals with the macroscopic continuum theory of liquid crystals and gives a systematic development of the theory from a tensorial point of view thus emphasizing the relevant symmetries. Part III concentrates on experiments that provide microscopic information on the orientational behaviour of the molecules. Finally Part IV discusses the theory of the various phases and their attendant phase transitions from both a Landau and a molecular-statistical point of view. Simplifying the various models as far as possible, it critically examines the merits of a molecular-statistical approach.