High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Rudolf Podgornik (born
on Aug. 27, 1955 in Ljubljana) is a Slovenian physicist. His field
of research is the physics of soft matter, the physics of coulomb
fluids and macromolecular interactions, the Lifshitz theory of
dispersion interaction, the physics of membranes, polymers and
polyelectrolytes and especially the physics of DNA as well as the
physics of viruses. He discovered the line hexatic phase in the
phase diagram of the concentrated DNA solutions. The line hexatic
mesophase appears to be the preferred packing form of DNA in
bacteriophages. He is the author of more than a hundred scientific
papers and a coeditor of a book on "Electrostatic Effects in Soft
Matter" (Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Study Institute, Les
Houches, France, 1-13 October 2000, Series: NATO Science Series II:
Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry, Vol. 46 ), together with
Christian Holm and Patrick Kekicheff.
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