LIQUID CRYSTALS 2. PART I,
KENT STATE UNIV OHIO DEPT OF CHEMISTRY
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Contents Lyotropic mesomorphism in lipid-water systems On molecular structure and physical properties of thermotropic liquid crystals Change of phase and change of state in biologic systems Structure of liquid crystalline phases from amorphous block copolymers Advances in synthesis and the role of molecular geometry in liquid crystallinity Thermodynamics of mesophase transitions from calorimetic measurements Continuum theory of liquid crystals of nematic type Nuclear magnetic resonance in liquid crystal solvents Crystals in biologic systems bile secretion and gallstone formation.
- Atomic and Molecular Physics and Spectroscopy