- THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO DEPOSITION AT PINNED AND DEPINNED CONTACT LINES: PATTERN
- Capillary flow as the cause of ring stains from dried liquid drops Robert D. Deegan, Olgica Bakajin, Todd F. Dupont, Greg Huber, Sidney R. Nagel, Thomas A. Witten
- Insights from Soft Condensed Matter* T. A.Witten
- Fluctuations and Persistence Length of Charged Flexible Polymers
- THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO STRUCTURE OF CRUMPLED THIN ELASTIC MEMBRANES
- The journal of the Physical Sciences Centre Number 9 Physical Sciences Centre
- 9 780198 526889 ISBN 0-19-852688-1
- This book is about fluids containing polyatomic structures such as poly-mer molecules or colloidal grains. Such structured fluids have come to be
- Chicago, Octuber 2004 The physics of granular materials
- kappa = Y delta^3 H12 H1 -nu^2LL H* bending modulus per Lobkovsky thesis *L H* Y= young' s modulus of Mylar per page 33 notebook 118*L
- Physics 227 Winter, 1998 Problem Set 4 Due date: Monday, February 2 4.1 Energy current and the Poynting vector This problem is intended to integrate things you covered last
- Physics 227 Winter, 1998 Problem Set 6 Due date: Monday, February 16 6.1 uniform acceleration It is possible to expose a particle to a constant force, as seen
- Physics 227 revised February 26, 1998 Problem Set 8 Due date: Monday, March 2 8.1 Symmetry preservation REVISED The tensor transformation law preserves the symmetry of a tensor
- biased here). In addition, a presentation of new computational methods such as
- Physics 227 Winter, 1998 Problem Set 5 Due date: Monday, February 9 5.1 doppler shift and four momentum The frequency f of a wave is the inverse of the
- Chapter 7: Dynamical systems with several dimensions To understand Poincare's theorem of area preservation and its implications for the double-well oscillator.
- [44] A. E. Lobkovsky and T. A. Witten, to be submitted to Phys. Rev. E (unpub [27] A. Foppl, Vorlesungen uber Technische Mechanik (B. G. Turner, Leipzig, Berlin,
- Chicago-Chile team probes molecular wrinkling/folding More information is in a Highlight essay in Soft Matter 5, 1963 (2009)
- The MRSEC-Chile Exchange Jordan Weil
- By Sergio Correa GEOGRAPHIC LOCATION
- Chapter 6: Numerical Newtonian Dynamics To use numerical methods to characterize the motion of particles governed by Newton's laws
- Physics 227 Winter, 1998 Problem Set 7 Due date: Monday, February 23 7.1 relativistic Lorentz force As Griffiths says in Eq. 10.138, a relativistically consistent form of the Lorentz
- Stress focusing in elastic sheets T. A. Witten
- Physics 227 March 9, 1998 Study questions s.1 dark mirrors Some metals, like lead, are darker than others. This suggests that they
- on Condensed Matter PhysicsGordon Research Conference June 22--27, 2003, Connecticut College
- Physics 227 Winter, 1998 Problem Set 9 Due date: Monday, March 9 9.1 energy-momentum ratio A beam of moving particles, like an electromagnetic field, contains momentum
- THE UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO A STUDY OF THE EVAPORATIVE DEPOSITION PROCESS: PIPES AND
- Asymptotic Shape of a Fullerene Ball T. A. Witten*
- Ever noticed that when a piece of paper is rolled into a tube, the innermost part straightens away
- Polymer Solutions: a Geometric Introduction T. A. Witten
- deformation numerically
- Indiana University, January 2007 T. Witten, University of Chicago
- http://mrsec.uchicago.edu/~tten/Gordon00/program.html Thursday, July 27, 2000 Page: 1 Complex Fluids 2000
- Subject: Notes on Cates's et. al. "glassy rheology" PR Date: Wed, 17 Sep 1997 08:45 -0700
- Gravity Surface Wave Bifurcation in a Highly Turbulent Swirling Flow
- If you need assistance, please contact Julie Feder 4-2846. INSTITUTE FOR BIOPHYSICAL DYNAMICS
- A folding sheet as a soliton Connected pendula at left are swinging in a ``breather" mode, a form of soliton. It remains localized in space