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The Gay-Berne mesogen: a paradigm shift?

The Gay-Berne mesogen: a paradigm shift?
The Gay-Berne mesogen: a paradigm shift?
A Commentary on the paper “Computer simulation studies of anisotropic systems XIX. Mesophases formed by the Gay-Berne model mesogen„, by G.R. Luckhurst, R.A. Stephens and R.W. Phippen. First published in Liquid Crystals, 8, 451-464 (1990).
monte-carlo investigations, anisotropic systems, molekular-statistische theorie, kristallinflussigen phase, phase-diagram, biaxial particles, molecular-dynamics simulation, computer-simulation, nematic liquid-crystals, orientational order
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Luckhurst, G.R.
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Stephens, R.A.
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Luckhurst, G.R., Stephens, R.A. and Phippen, R.W. (2006) The Gay-Berne mesogen: a paradigm shift? Liquid Crystals, 33 (11-12), 1389-1405. (doi:10.1080/02678290601140456).

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A Commentary on the paper “Computer simulation studies of anisotropic systems XIX. Mesophases formed by the Gay-Berne model mesogen„, by G.R. Luckhurst, R.A. Stephens and R.W. Phippen. First published in Liquid Crystals, 8, 451-464 (1990).

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Published date: November 2006
Keywords: monte-carlo investigations, anisotropic systems, molekular-statistische theorie, kristallinflussigen phase, phase-diagram, biaxial particles, molecular-dynamics simulation, computer-simulation, nematic liquid-crystals, orientational order

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URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/54216
ISSN: 1366-5855
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Date deposited: 31 Jul 2008
Last modified: 13 Mar 2019 20:39

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