Simple Views on Condensed Matter

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This volume contains a selection of important papers by P-G de Gennes (1991 Nobel Prize Winner in Physics) which have had a long- lasting impact on our understanding of condensed matter (solid state physics, liquid crystals, polymers, interfaces, we…

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    Om Simple Views on Condensed Matter

    This volume contains a selection of important papers by P-G de Gennes (1991 Nobel Prize Winner in Physics) which have had a long- lasting impact on our understanding of condensed matter (solid state physics, liquid crystals, polymers, interfaces, wetting and adhesion). A typical example is the original article on “reptation” of polymer chains. The author has added some “afterthoughts” to the main papers (explaining their successes or weaknesses), and some current views on each special problem. Complex systems (polymers or granular matters, etc) are explained without heavy calculations — using simple scaling laws as the main tool.Contents: Part I:Solid StatePart II:Liquid CrystalsPart III:PolymersPart IV:InterfacesPart V:Wetting and AdhesionPart VI:ChiralityPart VII:Granular MatterReadership: Physicists, chemists, hydrodynamicists and materials scientists.Key Features:Numerous examples illustrating the results are included and there are a number of exercises at the end of each chapterBesides graduate students, research students and consulting statisticians will find some parts of the book very useful

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    Format
    E-Bok
    Filformat
    PDF
    Utgivelsesår
    1998
    Forlag
    World Scientific Publishing Co
    Språk
    Engelsk
    ISBN
    9789812816801
    Sider
    504

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