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Polymer liquid crystals
|Series||Faraday discussions of the Chemical Society -- no. 79, Faraday discussions of the Chemical Society -- no. 79|
|Contributions||Royal Society of Chemistry (Great Britain). Faraday Division|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||295 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||295|
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Series Materials science and technology series, Materials science and technology (New York, N.Y.)ISBN: Polymer Liquid Crystals covers the significant developments in the field of highlight oriented polymers.
This chapter book emerged from Polymer liquid crystals book presented Polymer liquid crystals book the seminar "Polymer Liquid Crystals: Science and Technology", held at Santa Margherita Ligure, Italy on May Polymer Liquid Crystals Paperback – Novem by A.
Ciferri (Editor) See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Paperback "Please retry" $ $ — Paperback $ Format: Paperback. M.T. DeMeuse, G. Kiss, in High Temperature Polymer Blends, Abstract: Liquid crystal polymers (LCPs) are a relatively new class of high temperature polymers that have attracted a great deal of interest, both academically and industrially.
This interest has arisen because of the very high mechanical properties that LCPs provide, as well as the relatively low melt viscosity. Liquid crystal polymers (LCPs) have a wide range of uses, from strong engineering plastics to delicate gels for use in liquid crystal (LC) displays.
For this reason, it is essential reading for materials scientists, engineers or technologists in industry, as well as research laboratories or academia. An additional indexed section containing several hundred abstracts from the Rapra Polymer Reviews: 1.
Part of the Polymer Liquid Crystals Series book series (PLCS, volume 3) Abstract. Phase behavior and morphology in conventional polymers are heavily dependent on the thermal history of the sample, as is obvious to anyone even remotely familiar with macromolecules.
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Liquid crystals (LCs) are a state of matter which has properties between those of conventional liquids and those of solid instance, a liquid crystal may flow like a liquid, but its molecules may be oriented in a crystal-like way. There are many different types of liquid-crystal phases, which can be distinguished by their different optical properties (such as textures).
Focusing on the applied and basic aspects of confined liquid crystals, this book provides a current treatise of the subject matter and places it in the broader context of electrooptic applications.
The book takes an interdisciplinary approach to the Nuclear Magnetic Resonance of Liquid Crystals with an Embedded Polymer Network. Reviews: 1. This book originated in the Proceedings of the Second Symposium on Polymeric Liquid Crystals held by the Division of Polymer Chemistry in the framework of the Fall Meeting of the American Chemical Society.
At the First Symposium inthe literature in this field could be encompassed in a single volume. To day, that is no longer by: The discussions of conventional liquid crystals in section (i.e.
small, organic, monomeric molecular components) and main-chain polymer liquid crystals in section present an interesting dichotomy. When discussing monomeric molecular components, the system is comprised of relatively short, rigid molecular segments with possible flexible.
Bridging soft matter physics, materials science and engineering, polymer-modified liquid crystals are an exciting class of materials. They represent a vibrant field of research, promising advances in display technologies, as well as non-display bing all aspects of polymer-dispersed and polymer-stabilized liquid crystals, the broad coverage of this book makes it a must-have resource.
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We investigate into a new type of liquid crystal (LC) heterogeneous system that contains hydrogen-bonded polymer-azo-dye complexes at a low concentration. The suspension shows a unique self-orienting property and a spontaneous anchoring transition from planar to homeotropic alignment on a rubbed polyimide surface.
We suggest a simple polymer adsorption model to explain the universal. The first reference book to cover DLCs, Chemistry of Discotic Liquid Crystals: From Monomers to Polymers highlights the chemistry and thermal behavior of DLCs.
Divided into six chapters, each with a general description, background, and context for the concepts involved, the book begins with a basic introduction to liquid crystals, describing Cited by: This book originated in the Proceedings of the Second Symposium on Polymeric Liquid Crystals held by the Division of Polymer Chemistry in the framework of the Fall Meeting of the American Chemical Society.
At the First Symposium inthe literature in this field could be encompassed in a single volume. To day, that is no longer possible. The edition of this authoritative guide on liquid crystalline polymer (LCP) science was produced in response to the wealth of new material generated in the field.
It takes the reader through the theoretical underpinnings to real-world applications of LCP technology in a logical, well-integrated manner. A chapter on liquid biopolymers has been introduced, whilst the in-depth discussion on. Accordingly, liquid crystal polymer networks (LCNs) afford a promising platform for designing multifunctional soft actuators due to their reversible, programmable, and multi-stimuli-responsive shape changing behaviors via the self-organization of liquid crystals.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: "Proceedings of the Second Symposium on Polymeric Liquid Crystals, Division of Polymer Chemistry, held as part of the American Chemical Society Meeting, August, in Washington, D.C."--Title page verso.Johannes Karl Fink, in Reactive Polymers: Fundamentals and Applications (Third Edition), Liquid Crystal.
Liquid crystals were discovered by the Austrian chemist and botanist Friedrich Reinitzer, who found that cholesterol benzoate did not melt into a clear liquid, but remained turbid. On further heating the turbid liquid turned suddenly clear.
This transition point is now called the. Dielectric properties of a polymer-dispersed liquid crystal (PDLC) film comprising of liquid crystal, octyl cyanobiphenyl (K) and polymethyl methacrylate (PMMA) are reported as a function of frequency ( Hz MHz) in the temperature range of 25°C to 45°C.