2010 - Member of the Royal Irish Academy
1973 - Corday–Morgan Prize, Royal Society of Chemistry (UK)
1971 - Marlow Award, Royal Society of Chemistry (UK)
1968 - Edward Harrison Memorial Prize, Royal Society of Chemistry (UK)
1968 - Meldola Medal and Prize, Royal Society of Chemistry (UK)
Geoffrey R. Luckhurst integrates many fields in his works, including Liquid crystal and Phase transition. Geoffrey R. Luckhurst combines Phase transition and Phase (matter) in his research. Phase (matter) is closely attributed to Mesogen in his study. His research links Optoelectronics with Mesogen. His Liquid crystalline research extends to Optoelectronics, which is thematically connected. Liquid crystalline and Optics are frequently intertwined in his study. His research ties Isotropy and Optics together. He brings together Isotropy and Anisotropy to produce work in his papers. In his papers, he integrates diverse fields, such as Anisotropy and Mesophase.
His work blends Liquid crystal and Isotropy studies together. Much of his study explores Isotropy relationship to Optics. Geoffrey R. Luckhurst combines Optics and Anisotropy in his research. In his works, he performs multidisciplinary study on Anisotropy and Liquid crystal. He combines Condensed matter physics and Chemical physics in his research. His work often combines Chemical physics and Molecule studies. Organic chemistry connects with themes related to Liquid crystalline in his study. His research links Optoelectronics with Liquid crystalline. Optoelectronics is closely attributed to Mesogen in his research.
Geoffrey R. Luckhurst integrates many fields in his works, including Liquid crystal and Phase transition. He performs integrative study on Phase transition and Phase (matter) in his works. With his scientific publications, his incorporates both Phase (matter) and Mesophase. His research links Organic chemistry with Mesophase. His multidisciplinary approach integrates Organic chemistry and Polymer in his work. Geoffrey R. Luckhurst integrates many fields, such as Polymer and Liquid crystal, in his works. Condensed matter physics and Statistical physics are two areas of study in which Geoffrey R. Luckhurst engages in interdisciplinary work. In his study, Geoffrey R. Luckhurst carries out multidisciplinary Statistical physics and Condensed matter physics research. His study deals with a combination of Crystallography and Molecule.
Geoffrey R. Luckhurst is involved in relevant fields of research such as Twist, Tilt (camera), Rotation (mathematics) and Perpendicular in the domain of Geometry. His study brings together the fields of Geometry and Rotation (mathematics). His multidisciplinary approach integrates Liquid crystal and Azobenzene in his work. He regularly ties together related areas like Polymer in his Azobenzene studies. His Mesogen research extends to the thematically linked field of Polymer. His Mesogen study typically links adjacent topics like Liquid crystalline. Many of his studies on Liquid crystalline involve topics that are commonly interrelated, such as Phase (matter). In his papers, Geoffrey R. Luckhurst integrates diverse fields, such as Phase (matter) and Molecule. He performs integrative study on Molecule and Molecular physics.
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The Molecular physics of liquid crystals
G. R. Luckhurst;G. W. Gray.
Phase behavior and properties of the liquid-crystal dimer 1′′,7′′-bis(4-cyanobiphenyl-4′-yl) heptane: A twist-bend nematic liquid crystal
M. Cestari;M. Cestari;S. Diez-Berart;D. A. Dunmur;A. Ferrarini.
Physical Review E (2011)
A theory of orientational ordering in uniaxial liquid crystals composed of molecules with alkyl chains
J. W. Emsley;G. R. Luckhurst;C. P. Stockley.
Proceedings of The Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences (1982)
A molecular field theory for uniaxial nematic liquid crystals formed by non-cylindrically symmetric molecules
G. R. Luckhurst;C. Zannoni;P. L. Nordio;U. Segre.
Molecular Physics (1975)
Biaxial nematic liquid crystals: fact or fiction?
Thin Solid Films (2001)
Non-symmetric dimeric liquid crystals The preparation and properties of the α-(4-cyanobiphenyl-4′-yloxy)-ω-(4-n-alkylanilinebenzylidene-4′-oxy)alkanes
G. S. Attard;R. W. Date;Corrie Thomas Imrie;G. R. Luckhurst.
Liquid Crystals (1988)
Smectogenic dimeric liquid crystals. The preparation and properties of the α,ω-bis(4-n-alkylanilinebenzylidine-4′-oxy)alkanes
R. W. Date;C. T. Imrie;G. R. Luckhurst;J. M. Seddon.
Liquid Crystals (1992)
Molecular field treatment of nematic liquid crystals
R. L. Humphries;P. G. James;G. R. Luckhurst.
Journal of the Chemical Society, Faraday Transactions (1972)
Electron resonance line shapes of radicals in solution
Andrew Hudson;Geoffrey R. Luckhurst.
Chemical Reviews (1969)
Computer simulation studies of anisotropic systems. XIX. Mesophases formed by the Gay-Berne model mesogen
G. R. Luckhurst;R. A. Stephens;R. W. Phippen.
Liquid Crystals (1990)
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