John M. Seddon focuses on Crystallography, Phase, Phase transition, Inverse and Lamellar structure. His Crystallography study incorporates themes from X-ray crystallography, Calorimetry, Bilayer and Organic chemistry. His Phase research incorporates themes from Analytical chemistry and Phosphatidylcholine.
His Analytical chemistry research includes themes of Vesicle, Chromatography and Polymorphism. His Phase transition research incorporates elements of Lamellar phase and Liquid crystal. His work carried out in the field of Lamellar phase brings together such families of science as Dipalmitoylphosphatidylcholine and Intermolecular force.
John M. Seddon mostly deals with Phase, Crystallography, Lyotropic, Liquid crystal and Phase transition. John M. Seddon interconnects Analytical chemistry, Membrane and Thermodynamics in the investigation of issues within Phase. His Crystallography study combines topics in areas such as X-ray crystallography, Differential scanning calorimetry, Bilayer and Alkyl.
His Lyotropic research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Chemical physics and Lyotropic liquid crystal. The Liquid crystal study combines topics in areas such as Chemical engineering, Molecule, Organic chemistry and Stereochemistry. His Phase transition study frequently draws connections between adjacent fields such as Lipid bilayer phase behavior.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Membrane, Biophysics, Phase, Nanotechnology and Lipid bilayer. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Cholesterol and Analytical chemistry. The concepts of his Phase study are interwoven with issues in Crystallography, Molecule, Lattice constant and Molecular dynamics.
His studies deal with areas such as Phase transition, Small-angle X-ray scattering, Organic chemistry, Alkyl and Lyotropic as well as Crystallography. The various areas that John M. Seddon examines in his Lyotropic study include Chemical physics, Polymorphism and Hexagonal phase. His Lipid bilayer research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Bilayer and Skin lipid.
Nanotechnology, Lipid bilayer, Microfluidics, Membrane and Vesicle are his primary areas of study. His work deals with themes such as Topology, Rheology, Lyotropic liquid crystal and Aqueous solution, which intersect with Nanotechnology. John M. Seddon has included themes like Biophysics, Microbubbles and Analytical chemistry in his Membrane study.
John M. Seddon studied Bilayer and Electrostatics that intersect with Crystallography. He combines subjects such as Phase transition, Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy, X-ray crystallography, Lattice and Hydrogen bond with his study of Crystallography. Phase is the subject of his research, which falls under Organic chemistry.
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Structure of the inverted hexagonal (HII) phase, and non-lamellar phase transitions of lipids.
John M. Seddon.
Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (1990)
Calorimetric studies of the gel-fluid (L beta-L alpha) and lamellar-inverted hexagonal (L alpha-HII) phase transitions in dialkyl- and diacylphosphatidylethanolamines.
John M. Seddon;Gregor Cevc;Derek Marsh.
X-ray diffraction study of the polymorphism of hydrated diacyl- and dialkylphosphatidylethanolamines.
John M. Seddon;Gregor Cevc;R. D. Kaye;Derek Marsh.
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)
Cubic Phases of Self-Assembled Amphiphilic Aggregates
John M. Seddon;Richard H. Templer.
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A (1993)
Inverse lyotropic phases of lipids and membrane curvature
G C Shearman;O Ces;R H Templer;J M Seddon.
Journal of Physics: Condensed Matter (2006)
Lipid polymorphism: a correction. The structure of the cubic phase of extinction symbol Fd-- consists of two types of disjointed reverse micelles embedded in a three-dimensional hydrocarbon matrix.
Vittorio Luzzati;Rodolfo Vargas;Annette Gulik;Paolo Mariani.
Pressure-jump X-ray studies of liquid crystal transitions in lipids
John M Seddon;Adam M Squires;Charlotte E Conn;Oscar Ces.
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A (2006)
Micellar cubic phases and their structural relationships : The nonionic surfactant system C12EO12/Water
P. Sakya;J. M. Seddon;R. H. Templer;R. J. Mirkin.
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