2023 - Research.com Chemistry in Canada Leader Award
1993 - Fellow of the Royal Society of Canada Academy of Science
Thermodynamics, Glass transition, Permittivity, Relaxation and Heat capacity are his primary areas of study. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Amorphous solid and Amorphous ice. His Glass transition study combines topics in areas such as Dielectric loss, Arrhenius equation, Atmospheric temperature range and Analytical chemistry.
His Permittivity research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Chemical reaction, Condensed matter physics, Diglycidyl ether and Phase. His study explores the link between Relaxation and topics such as Activation energy that cross with problems in Polymer chemistry. His Heat capacity research focuses on subjects like Residual entropy, which are linked to Anharmonicity.
G. P. Johari mainly investigates Thermodynamics, Heat capacity, Relaxation, Enthalpy and Glass transition. His Relaxation research includes elements of Polymerization, Polymer and Permittivity. The study incorporates disciplines such as Crystallography, Dielectric loss, Condensed matter physics and Analytical chemistry in addition to Permittivity.
His work deals with themes such as Crystallization and Atmospheric temperature range, which intersect with Analytical chemistry. G. P. Johari usually deals with Enthalpy and limits it to topics linked to Differential scanning calorimetry and Annealing. His Relaxation research incorporates elements of Amorphous solid, Arrhenius equation, Mineralogy and Physical chemistry.
His primary areas of study are Thermodynamics, Enthalpy, Heat capacity, Glass transition and Calorimetry. In his research, Amorphous metal is intimately related to Kinetics, which falls under the overarching field of Enthalpy. His study in Heat capacity is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Thermal expansion, Monotonic function and Atmospheric temperature range.
G. P. Johari has included themes like Metastability and Elastic modulus in his Glass transition study. His study on Crystallization also encompasses disciplines like
His scientific interests lie mostly in Thermodynamics, Calorimetry, Residual entropy, Molecule and Configuration entropy. His Thermodynamics study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Glass transition and Permittivity. His research in Glass transition intersects with topics in Glass fiber, Heat capacity, Extrapolation and Metastability.
His work in Calorimetry addresses issues such as Analytical chemistry, which are connected to fields such as Crystallography and Intermolecular force. The Residual entropy study combines topics in areas such as Entropy, Atmospheric temperature range, Vapor pressure and Metal alloy. The study incorporates disciplines such as Chemical physics, Relaxation, Diffusion and Plastic crystal in addition to Molecule.
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Viscous Liquids and the Glass Transition. II. Secondary Relaxations in Glasses of Rigid Molecules
Gyan P. Johari;Martin Goldstein.
Journal of Chemical Physics (1970)
The glass–liquid transition of hyperquenched water
G. P. Johari;Andreas Hallbrucker;Erwin Mayer.
GLASS TRANSITION AND SECONDARY RELAXATIONS IN MOLECULAR LIQUIDS AND CRYSTALS
G. P. Johari.
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences (1976)
Viscous Liquids and the Glass Transition. III. Secondary Relaxations in Aliphatic Alcohols and Other Nonrigid Molecules
Gyan P. Johari;Martin Goldstein.
Journal of Chemical Physics (1971)
Intrinsic mobility of molecular glasses
Gyan P. Johari.
Journal of Chemical Physics (1973)
Glass-liquid transition and the enthalpy of devitrification of annealed vapor-deposited amorphous solid water: a comparison with hyperquenched glassy water
Andreas Hallbrucker;Erwin Mayer;G. P. Johari.
The Journal of Physical Chemistry (1989)
Localized molecular motions of β-relaxation and its energy landscape
Journal of Non-crystalline Solids (2002)
Molecular theory for the rheology of glasses and polymers.
JY Cavaille;J Perez;GP Johari.
Physical Review B (1989)
The dielectric properties of ice Ih in the range 272–133 K
G. P. Johari;E. Whalley.
Journal of Chemical Physics (1981)
Effect of annealing on the secondary relaxations in glasses
G. P. Johari.
Journal of Chemical Physics (1982)
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