Saul Meiboom

Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovot, Israel 
"Saul Meiboom"
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Chaim Leib Pekeris research scientist Weizmann Institute (Physics Tree)
Felix Bloch research scientist 1954 Stanford (Physics Tree)


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Shlomo Alexander grad student 1958 Weizmann Institute
David Gill grad student 1958 Weizmann Institute
Zeev Luz post-doc 1961-1964 Bell Labs
Joseph A. Zasadzinski post-doc 1984-1986 Bell Labs


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Ernest Grunwald collaborator 1961-1964 Bell Labs
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Zasadzinski JA, Meiboom S, Sammon MJ, et al. (1986) Freeze-fracture electron-microscope observations of the blue phase III. Physical Review Letters. 57: 364-367
Berreman DW, Meiboom S, Zasadzinski JA, et al. (1986) Theory and simulation of freeze-fracture in cholesteric liquid crystals. Physical Review Letters. 57: 1737-1740
Berreman DW, Meiboom S. (1984) Tensor representation of Oseen-Frank strain energy in uniaxial cholesterics Physical Review A. 30: 1955-1959
Costello MJ, Meiboom S, Sammon M. (1984) Electron microscopy of a cholesteric liquid crystal and its blue phase Physical Review A. 29: 2957-2959
Meiboom S, Sammon M, Berreman DW. (1983) Lattice symmetry of the cholesteric blue phases Physical Review A. 28: 3553-3560
Meiboom S, Sammon M, Brinkman WF. (1983) Lattice of disclinations: The structure of the blue phases of cholesteric liquid crystals Physical Review A. 27: 438-454
Meiboom S, Sethna JP, Anderson PW, et al. (1981) Theory of the blue phase of cholesteric liquid crystals. Physical Review Letters. 46: 1656
Meiboom S, Sammon M. (1981) Blue phases of cholesteryl nonanoate Physical Review A. 24: 468-475
Meiboom S, Sammon M. (1980) Structure of the blue phase of a cholesteric liquid crystal Physical Review Letters. 44: 882-885
Heffner WR, Berreman DW, Sammon M, et al. (1980) Liquid crystal alignment on surfactant treated obliquely evaporated surfaces Applied Physics Letters. 36: 144-146
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