Index Name

de Vries, Adriaan

Alternative Writings

de Vries, A.

Co-authors

Arora, S.L.;   Benyo, Theresa L.;   Berman, Arthur L.;   Blumstein, A.;   Brown, Glenn H.;   Carpenter, Richard E.;   Chung, David B.;   Clough, S.B.;   Doane, J.W.;   Ekachai, A.;   Ekachai, Arun;   Ellis, Henry A.;   Fishel, D.L.;   Fishel, Derry L.;   Gelerinter, Edward;   Hanlon, Carol A.;   Herlinger, Frank C.;   Jirousek, Michael R.;   Johnson, D.L.;   Mahmood, R.;   Neubert, Mary E.;   Qadri, Syed B.;   Rahman, J.A.;   Reed, John W.;   Seleznev, S.A.;   Sethna, Vijay M.;   Spielberg, N.;   Surendranath, V.;   Vaz, N.A.;   Wildman, Patricia J.;   Zawaski, Michael J.;   Ziemnicka, B.

Publication Titles

1951: Rotatory power and other optical properties of certain liquid crystals
1967: Scattering of X Rays by Liquids with Complex Molecules. The Choice of the Molecular Center
1969: Acta Cryst. A
1970: Evidence for the existence of more than one type of nematic phase
1970: X-ray photographic studies of liquid crystals. I. Cybotactic nematic phase
1970: X-ray photographic studies of liquid crystals. II. Apparent molecular length and thickness in three phases of ethyl-p-ethoxybenzal-p-aminobenzoate
1972: On the Calculation of the Molecular Cylindrical Distribution Function and the Order Parameter from X-Ray Diffraction Data of Liquid Crystals
1972: Some comments on cylindrical distribution functions, with special reference to X-ray studies of liquid crystals
1972: X-ray photographic studies of liquid crystals. III. Structure determination of the smectic phase of N-(4-butoxybenzal)-4-ethylaniline
1973: New classification system for thermotropic smectic phases
1973: X-ray photographic studies of liquid crystals. IV. Isotropic, nematic, and smectic A phases of some 4-alkoxybenzal-4'-ethylanilines
1974: Different kinds of smectic B phases
1974: Different types of smectic H phases
1974: On the relationship between miscibility and structure for smectic A, B and C phases
1974: On the structure of the smectic H phase
1975: Microscopic structure of mesomorphic phases experimental investigations of the structure of thermotropic liquid crystals
1975: X-ray studies of liquid crystals: V. Classification of thermotropic liquid crystals and discussion of intermolecular distances
1976: Optical studies of electric field effects in nematic liquid crystals that have some smectic ordering
1977: Experimental evidence concerning two different kinds of smectic C to smectic A transitions
1977: X-ray Diffraction from Polymer Mesophases
1978: On the difference between solid crystals and liquid crystals with three-dimensional order
1978: X-ray diffraction from polymers with mesomorphic order
1979: Crystal and molecular structure of the smectogenic compound di-n-propyl p-terphenyl-4,4"-dicarboxylate
1979: The description of the smectic A and C phases and the smectic AC phase transition of TCOOB with a diffuse-cone model
1979: The implications of the diffuse-cone model for smectic A and C phases and A-C phase transitions
1979: Two classification systems for smectic phases, based on symmetry and order
1979: Why the molecules are tilted in all smectic A phases, and how the layer thickness can be used to measure orientational disorder
1979: X-ray studies of liquid crystals. VI. The structure of the smectic A, C, Bn and Bt phases of trans-1,4-cyclohexane-di-n-octyloxybenzoate
1980: On the structure of the uniaxial smectic B phase
1980: X-ray studies of liquid crystals VII. The temperature dependence of the parameters for a skewed cybotactic nematic phase
1980: X-ray studies of liquid crystals. VIII: A study of the temperature dependence of the directly observed parameters of skewed cybotactic nematic phase of some bis-(4'-n-alkoxybenzal)-2-chloro-1,4-phenylenediamines
1981: A structural classification of smectic liquid crystals
1981: On the structure of the biaxial and uniaxial smectic-B-type phases of 14S5, and the apparently second-order phase transition between them
1981: Structure and symmetry of smectic liquid crystals
1984: Molecular models for the smectic A phase
1984: Orientational Disorder in Smectic Liquid Crystals: an Aspect of Structure that has to be included
1985: Interdigitated smectics: a new family of smectic liquid crystals
1985: Mesomorphic properties of n-alkyl 4'-n-pentanoyloxy-biphenyl-4-carboxylates
1985: Studies on the smectic phase of some Schiff's bases with a terminal trifluoromethyl group
1985: The use of x-ray diffraction in the study of thermotropic liquid crystals with rod-like molecules
1986: A mixture-induced nematic phase
1986: General principles for the structural classifications of thermotropic and lyotropic smectic liquid crystals
1986: The effect of carbonyl containing groups in the terminal chains on mesomorphic properties in aromatic esters and thioesters. I. α-Keto groups on the phenolic end
1986: X-ray diffraction studies of the structure of the skewed cybotactic nematic phase: a review of the literature
1987: Microscopic textures and x-ray diffraction patterns in nematic phases occurring above smectic C phases
1987: The effect of carbonyl containing substituents in the terminal chains on mesomorphic properties in aromatic esters and thioesters. 2. Acyloxy groups on the phenolic end
1988: X-ray diffraction studies on some even-chain-length lead(II) carboxylates

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