2011 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
2001 - Fellow of American Physical Society (APS) Citation For outstanding contributions to the theory of polymers, biopolymers, colloids, and complex fluids
1975 - Fellow of John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation
1964 - Fellow of Alfred P. Sloan Foundation
1958 - Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS)
His primary areas of study are Polymer, Thermodynamics, Chemical physics, Condensed matter physics and Bilayer. The Polymer study combines topics in areas such as Lubrication, Gyration, Steric effects, Polymer science and Polymer chemistry. Philip Pincus combines subjects such as Renormalization, Poisson's equation, Effective nuclear charge, Colloidal crystal and Crystal with his study of Thermodynamics.
His work carried out in the field of Chemical physics brings together such families of science as Solvent, Counterion, Physical chemistry, Stereochemistry and Scaling. His Scaling research focuses on Layer and how it connects with Electrolyte. His study in the field of Relaxation, Ferromagnetism and Spin wave also crosses realms of De Haas–van Alphen effect.
Philip Pincus spends much of his time researching Chemical physics, Polymer, Condensed matter physics, Thermodynamics and Polyelectrolyte. His work focuses on many connections between Chemical physics and other disciplines, such as Counterion, that overlap with his field of interest in Phase transition. In Polymer, Philip Pincus works on issues like Polymer chemistry, which are connected to Polystyrene and Monomer.
His study in Chain extends to Condensed matter physics with its themes. His Thermodynamics study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Mean field theory, Persistence length, Phase diagram and Mica. His Polyelectrolyte study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Ionic strength, Brush, Viscosity and Debye length.
Philip Pincus focuses on Chemical physics, Polyelectrolyte, Ion, Counterion and Polymer. His work deals with themes such as Colloid, Electrostatics, Lipid bilayer and Polyelectrolyte brushes, which intersect with Chemical physics. Philip Pincus interconnects Brush, Polymer science, Polymer chemistry and Thermodynamics in the investigation of issues within Polyelectrolyte.
As part of the same scientific family, Philip Pincus usually focuses on Thermodynamics, concentrating on Debye length and intersecting with Lattice, Radius and Hexagonal lattice. His work in Counterion covers topics such as Micelle which are related to areas like Relaxation, Pulmonary surfactant and Solvent. The various areas that Philip Pincus examines in his Polymer study include Ionic strength, Mechanics and Nanotechnology.
Philip Pincus mainly investigates Chemical physics, Nanotechnology, Polyelectrolyte, Condensed matter physics and Ion. With his scientific publications, his incorporates both Chemical physics and Charge density. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Electrostatics, Biopolymer, Polymer and Scaling.
His Scaling research includes elements of Collapse, Debye length and Thermodynamics. His Polyelectrolyte research incorporates themes from Counterion, Polymer chemistry, Pulmonary surfactant, Length scale and Monomer. His studies examine the connections between Condensed matter physics and genetics, as well as such issues in Melittin, with regards to Elasticity.
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Colloid stabilization with grafted polyelectrolytes
Charge renormalization, osmotic pressure, and bulk modulus of colloidal crystals: Theory
S. Alexander;S. Alexander;P. M. Chaikin;P. Grant;G. J. Morales.
Journal of Chemical Physics (1984)
Remarks on polyelectrolyte conformation
P.G. De Gennes;P. Pincus;R.M. Velasco;F. Brochard.
Journal De Physique (1976)
Pair correlations in a ferromagnetic colloid
P. G. De Gennes;P. A. Pincus.
Physik der Kondensierten Materie (1970)
William M. Gelbart;Robijn F. Bruinsma;Philip A. Pincus;V. Adrian Parsegian.
Physics Today (2000)
Excluded Volume Effects and Stretched Polymer Chains
Generalized Ginzburg-Landau theory of pseudo-one-dimensional systems
D. J. Scalapino;Y. Imry;P. Pincus.
Physical Review B (1975)
Dynamics of fluctuations and spinodal decomposition in polymer blends. II
Journal of Chemical Physics (1981)
Long-Range Forces in Heterogeneous Fluid Membranes
M. Goulian;R. Bruinsma;R. Bruinsma;P. Pincus.
Colloid stabilization by long grafted polymers
T. A. Witten;P. A. Pincus.
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