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Charles F. Curtiss

Chemistry University of Wisconsin, Madison, Madison, WI 
Theory of transport phenomena in gases; theory of molecular collisions; rheology of polymeric solutions and melts
"Charles Curtiss"

(1921 - 2007)

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Joseph O. Hirschfelder grad student 1948 UW Madison
 (The equilibrium assumption in the theory of absolute reaction rates)


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Robert F. Snider grad student 1958 UW Madison
Donald J. Kouri grad student 1965 UW Madison (MathTree)
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Herzfeld KF, Griffing V, Hirschfelder JO, et al. (2015) Fundamental physics of gases Fundamental Physics of Gases. 1-131
Hirschfelder JO, Curtiss CF, Bird RB, et al. (2015) The kinetic theory of gases Fundamental Physics of Gases. 84-130
Hirschfelder JO, Curtiss CF, Bird RB, et al. (2015) Statistical mechanics Fundamental Physics of Gases. 68-84
Curtiss CF, Byron Bird R. (1999) Diffusion-stress relations in polymer mixtures Journal of Chemical Physics. 111: 10362-10370
Byron Bird R, Curtiss CF. (1998) Thermoviscoelasticity: Continuum-molecular connections Journal of Non-Newtonian Fluid Mechanics. 79: 255-259
Curtiss CF, Byron Bird R. (1997) Thermal conductivity of dilute solutions of chainlike polymers Journal of Chemical Physics. 107: 5254-5267
Curtiss CF, Bird RB. (1997) Fokker-Planck equation for the one-molecule distribution function in polymer mixtures and its solution Journal of Chemical Physics. 106: 9899-9921
Bird RB, Curtiss CF, Beers KJ. (1997) Polymer contribution to the thermal conductivity and viscosity in a dilute solution (Fraenkel Dumbbell model) Rheologica Acta. 36: 269-276
Curtiss CF, Bird RB. (1996) Multicomponent diffusion in polymeric liquids. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 93: 7440-5
Curtiss CF, Byron Bird R. (1996) Statistical Mechanics of Transport Phenomena: Polymeric Liquid Mixtures Advances in Polymer Science. 125: X-101
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