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highlights on liquid crystals crystallography r ’s c edito hoic e of ition erde new sell bes t crystal growth for beginners 3rd edition fundamentals of nucleation crystal growth and epitaxy by ivan v markov bulgarian academy of sciences bulgaria this book is a non-eclectic presentation of this interdisciplinary topic in materials science the third edition brings existing chapters up to date and includes new chapters on the growth of nanowires by the vapor – liquid – solid mechanism as well as illustrated short biographical texts about the scientists who introduced the basic ideas and concepts into the fields of nucleation crystal growth and epitaxy all formulae and equations are illustrated by examples that are of technological importance the book presents not only the fundamentals but also the state of the art in the subject the book covers in practice all fundamental questions and aspects of nucleation crystal growth and epitaxy 484pp 978-981-3143-42-5 mar 2017

highlights on liquid crystals crystallography textbook bestselling textbook classical theory of crystal dislocations from iron to gallium nitride by hiroyasu saka nagoya university japan the book consists of two parts part 1 is a standard text of dislocation theory mathematics is avoided as much as possible part 2 describes application of dislocation theory which includes mechanical properties including the inverse temperature dependence of strength and dislocations in functional materials such as si gan and sic and dislocations in a thin crystal such as an epitaxial layer this is what has been long anticipated among researchers in industry the book contains about 330 illustrations mostly originals by the author and the pictures obtained by the author by means of in-situ experiment in a transmission electron microscope over the past 50 years readership graduate students academics and professionals interested in disclocation theory crystal dislocations 400pp 978-981-4749-16-9 mar 2017

highlights on liquid crystals crystallography liquid crystals frontiers in biomedical applications bestseller series in structural biology vol 4 from a grain of salt to the ribosome the history of crystallography as seen through the lens of the nobel prize edited by ivar olovsson uppsala university sweden anders liljas lund university sweden sven lidin lund university sweden “this book provides a vivid insight into the development of crystallography and is certainly a valid tool for promoting our science and for showing our chemist physicist mineralogist biologist and material scientist ‘users’ that we are constantly improving our tools in order to obtain a clearer picture of the structure of matter even in the most complicated cases “ acta crystallographica 536pp 978-981-4623-11-7 dec 2014 us$148 £123 crystal symmetry lattice vibrations and optical spectroscopy of solids by baldassare di bartolo boston college usa richard c powell university of

highlights on liquid crystals crystallography liquid crystals —applications and uses  127  67 edited by b bahadur litton systems canada toronto canada volume 1 volume 2 volume 3 understanding soft condensed matter via modeling and computation hu wenbing et al nanjing univ china crystalline materials for actinide immobilisation lee william bill e et al imperial college london uk “… consists of three volumes with a total of twenty seven chapters which present in depth discussions of topics related to liquid crystals the chapters are written by authorities in each topic this set of book is an impressive undertaking and bahadur has done an excellent job of selecting topics of interest in the field of liquid crystals in summary bahadur has taken on a large task and made a real accomplishment as manufacturer of liquid crystal displays we find the volumes to be good references and while the volumes are not textbooks some chapters should be required reading for