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GRC "Dielectric Phenomena" 1978

24 Jul 1978 to 28 Jul 1978
Holderness School Plymouth, New Hampshire
John M. Deutch, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Robert H. Cole, Brown University

Monday, July 24

“Theories for the Dielectric Constant of Fluids”,

George Stell, SUNY- Stony Brook

“Dielectric Constant of Dipolar Hard Spheres at Low Density”,

G. S. Rushbrooke, University of Newcastle, England

“Integral Equation Approximation for Polar Fluids”,

G. N. Patey, National Research Council of Canada

“Microscopic and Hydrodynamic Aspects of Molecular Rotation”,

James Hynes, University of Colorado

“Continum Theories of Orientational Relaxation”,

Robert Zwanzig, University of Maryland

Tuesday, July 25

“Fluctuations of Polarization and Fields in Dielectrics”,

B. U. Felderhof, Institute Theoretische Physik A, Germany

“Fluctuations and Critical Phenomena”,

R. Bedeaux, University of Leiden, The Netherlands

“Experimental Evidence on Anomalies of Dielectric Constant Near the Critical Point”,

Sandra Greer, National Bureau of Standards

“The Use of Dielectric and Dynamic Kerr Effect Techniques for the Study of Low Frequency Motions in Liquids”,

G. Williams, University College of Wales

“Fluctuations and Nonlinear Behavior of Liquid Dielectrics”,

A. Piekara, Polish Academy of Sciences, Poland

Wednesday, July 26

“Single and Multi-Particle Correlation Function”,

Daniel Kivelson, University of California, Los Angeles

“Molecular Theories of the Dynamics of Complex Fluids”,

Peter Wolynes, Harvard University

“Correlation Function in Light Scattering”,

Thomas Keys, Yale University

“Nonlinear Electrical Behavior in Semi-Crystalline Polymers”,

Martin Broadhurst, National Bureau of Standards

“Progress in the Field of Electrical Breakdown in Dielectric Liquids”,

A. H. Sharbaugh, General Electric

Thursday, July 27

“Dielectric Loss as a Probe into Molecular Motions in Crystalline Polymers”,

Richard Boyd, University of Utah

“Dielectric Properties of Synthetic Polymers”,

William MacKnight, Uinversity of Massachusetts

“Dielectric Relaxation of Synthetic and Bio-Polymers in Solution”,

Michel Mandel, University of Leiden, The Netherlands

“Dielectric Materialism-What is Needed?”,

Panel discussion: J. Deutch, Office of Energy Research; William Slichter, Bell Telephone Laboratories; John Hoffman, National Bureau of Standards

Friday, July 28

“Mechanism of Charge Transport in Polymers”,

T. J. Lewis, University College of North Wales

“Photogeneration and Charge Transport in Molecularly Doped Polymers”,

Joseph Mort, Xerox Corporation

“Photoelectric Behavior of Amorphous Se and As-Se Alloys in their Glass Transition Regions”,

Martin Abkowitz, Xerox Corporation

  1. Robert Cole
  2. A. Piekara
  3. G. S. Rushbrooke
  4. Peter Colonomos
  5. Esteban Martina-Boggetto
  6. George Stell
  7. Don Jacobs
  8. Tom Keyes
  9. Dick Bedeaux
  10. Sandra Greer
  11. J. van der Eleken
  12. P. Wolynes
  13. M. Mandel
  14. Robert Zwanzig
  15. W. MacKnight
  16. D. Kivelson
  17. B. U. Felderhof
  18. Branka Ladanyi
  19. R. H. Boyd
  20. Martin Broadhurst
  21. John Lewis
  22. Paul Hubbard
  23. George Anderson
  24. M. Fixman
  25. Frederick Mopsik
  26. G. E. Johnson
  27. W. Vaughan
  28. Gilbert Hawkins
  29. M. Abkowitz
  30. Barend Thysss
  31. Christine S. Cobb
  32. John Mercer
  33. Donald Sullivan
  34. James Hynes
  35. R. L. Fulton
  36. A. de Bretteville
  37. Maximo Baron
  38. L. Lee
  39. H. Sutter
  40. D. Denney
  41. J. Pochan
  42. J. Bares
  43. R. N. Work
  44. G. W. Chantry
  45. J. Crossley
  46. John Berberian
  47. Douglass Short
  48. E. Kestemont
  49. Dennis Klug
  50. David Kranbuehl
  51. Gordon McDugle
  52. James McConnell
  53. David Hall
  54. Paul Winsor IV
  55. Joe Hubbard
  56. Roger Gough
  57. Gyan Johari
  58. R. Pollock
  59. G. Patey
  60. Paul Madden
  61. Jean-Jacques Weis
  62. Stan Cichanowski
  63. H. Strauss
  64. G. Williams
  65. John Hoffman
  66. Ernest DiCarlo
  67. E. F. Kelley