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François Grandjean, physicist

Bouligand, Y.


1977 - Volume: 19 Issue: 1 pages: 5-11


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François Grandjean has been one of the greatest physicists in the domain of liquid crystallography. His pioneer work is now undergoing a great development, due to the interest of liquid crystals in several questions of pure and applied physics. Many concepts introduced in the study of liquid crystals are important in biology, since cell membranes and other systems are close analogues of liquid crystals. Many aspects of the biological works of François Grandjean are influenced by his profound knowledge of physics.

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1977-09-30

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1977 Bouligand, Y.

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