By Jagdish K. Vij
Prigogine and Rice's hugely acclaimed sequence, Advances in Chemical Physics, offers a discussion board for serious, authoritative experiences of present themes in each region of chemical physics. Edited through J.K. Vij, this quantity specializes in fresh advances in liquid crystals with major, updated chapters authored by means of the world over famous researchers within the box.
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Advances in Liquid Crystals by Jagdish K. Vij