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Soft Matter

Soft Matter




The term soft condensed matter comprised a variety of physical states that are easily deformed by thermal stresses or thermal fluctuations.

Online available information resources on the chemistry and physics of soft matter.



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Current Articles
General Information
Lecture Notes, Tutorials
Books Online, eBooks
Journals
Dissertations
Research facilities and departments



Current Articles


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General Information


Soft Matter
Nobel Lecture 1991 by Pierre-Gilles de Gennes. Nobel Foundation, Sweden

Soft Matter World
A new web-site all about soft matter science



Lecture Notes, Tutorials


Soft Condensed Matter
Introduction to Soft Condensed Matter and Advanced Colloid Science - Format: PDF

Soft Matter
Lecture notes - Format: PDF

Soft Matter Physics
Introduction - Format: PDF

The Physics of Colloidal Soft Matter
Lecture notes: mathematical and physical theory - Format: PDF

What is Soft Matter?
Examples - Format: PDF

X-Ray Scattering of Soft Matter
Lecture notes with 92 figures and 6 tables - Format: PDF



Books Online, eBooks


Introduction to Soft Matter
Synthetic and biological self-assembling materials. By Ian W. Hamley, 2007. Google Books

Soft Condensed Matter
... by Richard Anthony Lewis Jones, 2002. Google Books

Soft Matter Physics
... by Maurice Kléman, Oleg D. Lavrentovich. An introduction, 2003. Google Books



Journals


Abstracts of current research articles in the filed of soft matter
... of the scientific journals listed below

European Physical Journal E - Soft Matter
EPJE publishes papers describing advances in the understanding of the interdisciplinary science of soft matter. This includes reports of experimental investigations, computational physics, and theoretical studies, particularly statistical physics. It appeals to the broad interdisciplinary community, including physics, chemistry, biology and materials science, that are involved in soft matter research. EDP Scienes

Journal of Physical Chemistry B
- Soft Condensed Matter and Biophysical Chemistry. The journal publishes studies on macromolecules, and soft matter, surfactants, and membranes, statistical mechanics, thermodynamics, and medium effects, and biophysical chemistry. American Chemical Society

Physical Review E ™
Physical Review E, interdisciplinary in scope, focuses on many-body phenomena, including recent developments in quantum and classical chaos and soft matter physics. American Physical Society

Soft Matter
The Journal has a global circulation and interdisciplinary audience with a particular focus on the interface between physics, materials science, biology, chemical engineering and chemistry. Soft Matter appeals to a wide variety of researchers, but particularly to: materials scientists; surface scientists; physicists; biochemists; biological scientists; chemical engineers; physical, organic and theoretical chemists. RSC



Dissertations


Exotic Phenomena
... in the phase behaviour of soft matter systems. Dissertation, 2007. TU Vienna - Format: PDF

Ordered Equilibrium Structures
... of soft particles in layered systems. PhD Thesis, 2008. TU Vienna - Format: PDF

Ordered Equilibrium Structures
... of two-dimensional soft matter systems. PhD Thesis, 2008. TU Vienna - Format: PDF



Research facilities and departments


Maret Group
Soft Matter Physics. University of Konstanz, Germany

 


Last update: 11.12.2018.






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