Wilbur Mitchell Franklin
|Kent State University, Kent, OH, United States|
Area:Liquid Crystals Theory
Dr. Wilbur Franklin, Professor of Physics at Kent State University in Kent, Ohio, is one of few who has pioneered research of paraphysical phenomena, including work with psychics like Uri Geller, and travels to scenes of paranormal phenomena, like the Bermuda Triangle.
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|Moritz E, Franklin W. (1977) Some Nonlinear Electrohydrodynamic Effects in Nematic Liquid Crystals Molecular Crystals and Liquid Crystals. 40: 229-237|
|Franklin W. (1977) Relations Between Rotational Diffusion nd Frequency Sepctra of Nematic Liquid Crystals Molecular Crystals and Liquid Crystals. 40: 91-102|
|Moritz E, Franklin W. (1976) Nonlinearities in the nematic stress tensor Physical Review A. 14: 2334-2337|
|Franklin W. (1975) Theory of translational diffusion in nematic liquid crystals Physical Review A. 11: 2156-2164|
|Kobayashi KK, Franklin WM, Moroi DS. (1973) Molecular theory of collective modes in nematic liquid crystals Physical Review A. 7: 1781-1788|
|Kobayashi KK, Franklin WM, Moroi DS. (1973) On the collective modes in liquid crystals Physics Letters A. 42: 449-450|
|Franklin W. (1971) Diffusion Theory in Liquid Crystals Molecular Crystals and Liquid Crystals. 14: 227-241|