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Special issue on ferroelectric liquid crystals

Special issue on ferroelectric liquid crystals

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Published by Gordon and Breach Science Publishers in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Liquid crystals.,
  • Ferroelectric crystals.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementguest editors, R. Blinc ... [and others].
    SeriesFerroelectrics -- v. 58-59, no. 1/2
    ContributionsBlinc, R.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationii, 501 p. :
    Number of Pages501
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22119205M
    ISBN 100667165951

    The book was translated into Russian () and Chinese () and belongs to the most-cited scientific books in the world. Another of his books, written with Igor Mušević and Boštjan Žekš, The Physics of Ferroelectric and Antiferroelectric Liquid Crystals, was published in . Crystal Growth and Nucleation in Glasses in the Lithium Silicate System Galina A. Sycheva. Journal of Crystallization Process and Technology Vol.6 No.4, Octo DOI: /jcpt 1, Downloads 2, Views Citations. Selected Mechanical Properties of Uniaxial Side Chain Liquid Crystalline Elastomers.- Recent Advances in the Rheology of Thermotropic Liquid Crystal Polymers.- Liquid Crystalline Polymer and Its Composites: Chemistry & Recent Advances.- Effect of Polymer Network in Polymer Dispersed Ferroelectric Liquid Crystals (PSFLC) DOI: /jcpt Downloads Views This article belongs to the Special Issue on. Volume and Surface Nucleation of Crystals in Glass Based on Blast-Furnace Slag Galina A. Sycheva. Journal of Crystallization Process and Technology Vol.7 No.2, Ap


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Special issue on ferroelectric liquid crystals Download PDF EPUB FB2

Ferroelectric and antiferroelectric liquid crystals, including also various polymer forms, are the hottest research topic today in liquid crystals. The field is at the very beginning of industrial exploitation - a sensitive phase in which a good reference work is needed and will have a broad spectrum of readers both at universities and in industry.

Zhibo Sun, Zhengnan Yuan, Runxiao Shi, Hoi-Sing Kwok, Abhishek Kumar Srivastava, Fringe field effect free high-resolution display and photonic devices using deformed helix ferroelectric liquid crystal, Liquid Crystals, /, (), ().Cited by:   This book presents the basic physics of ferroelectric and antiferroelectric liquid crystals in a simple and transparent way.

It treats both the basic and the applied aspects of ferroelectric and antiferroelectric liquid crystal research, starting from the discovery of ferroelectricity in liquid crystals in and ending with the resonant X-ray experiment in ferrielectric and Cited by: Special Issue "Ferroelectric and Ferromagnetic Liquid Crystals" Print Special Issue Flyer -optical switching (IPS) is a natural feature of a conventional planar-aligned display cell based Special issue on ferroelectric liquid crystals book the deformed helix ferroelectric liquid crystal effect (DHFLC-effect) with a sub-wavelength helix pitch, if the tilt angle is close to 40 degrees.

of ferroelectric liquid crystals. CONTENTS 1. Introduction. The liquid-crysta anld ferroelectri statec s 2. Dipolar ordering in liquid crystals a) The structur oef liquid crystals and the symmetr oyf the ferroelectri phasesc, b) Dipolar orders, c) Simplest phenomenological theory of the transition to the fer.

Ferroelectric and antiferroelectric liquid crystals, including also various polymer forms, are the hottest research topic today in liquid crystals. The field is at the very beginning of industrial exploitation - a sensitive phase in which a good reference work is needed.

Ferroelectric liquid crystal displays offer an attractive matrix addressed alternative for complex displays. However, their potential can only be realised by using novel addressing schemes. Abstract A review of the ferroelectricity in liquid crystals is given, beginning with a discussion of the symmetry properties allowing a macroscopic polarization in some of the more ordered liquid crystal phases.

The fundamental mechanisms behind the dipolar ordering are discussed in some detail. The two linear electric effects, ferro- and flexo-electricity, give rise to completely different. Most reflective LCOS microdisplays work with nematic liquid crystals, but ferroelectric liquid crystal is a viable alternative.

The key advantages of the latter are very fast switching times ( μs) and their inherent bistable nature. Bistable displays are matrix-controlled and. Special Issues.

Crystals runs special issues to create collections of papers on specific topics. The aim is to build a community of authors and readers to discuss the latest research and develop new ideas and research directions. Special Issues are led by Guest Editors who are experts in the subject and oversee the editorial process for papers.

Influence of thermal treatment on the dynamics of the Goldstone mode in ferroelectric liquid crystal gel. Phase Transitions: Vol. 89, Special issue in honor of Professor Bozena Hilczer: Physics of ferroelectrics, electrets and polymers., pp.

Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Beresnev, L.A. ISBN: OCLC Number. SmC*.- The Behavior of a Ferroelectric Smectic Liquid Crystal in an External Electric Field.- Crystallochemical Aspects of the Theory of Ferroelectric Phenomena.- Calculation of the Constants of the Hamiltonians of Some Crystals.- An Approach Based on the Classical Theory of Ionic Crystals.- Recommended Literature.

Abstract: In the book “Ferroelectric and Antiferroelectric Liquid Crystals” by S. Lagerwall, the concept “po lar liquid crystals” is proposed for the concept earlier known as “ferroelectric liquid crystals”, reserving the word “ferroelectric liquid crystals” for the case of “surface stabilization”.

Realizing the symmetries present in the smectic C liquid crystal phase is crucial to an understanding of ferroelectricity in liquid crystals. As shown in Fig. 4, neglecting translational symmetries for the time being, the smectic C liquid crystal phase possesses (1) reflection symmetry through the x–z plane (the +y and −y axes are identical), and (2) ° rotational symmetry about the y.

Ferroelectric liquid crystalline phases. An idea of the ferroelectric mesophase was presented by R.B. Meyer at the 5 th International Liquid Crystal Conference in From symmetry considerations the author deduced that all tilted smectic phases composed of chiral molecules (without mirror symmetry) have to exhibit a (local) spontaneous polarization if the molecules contain a.

Special Issue: Liquid Crystals. Pages: Previous Issue | Next Issue. GO TO SECTION. The peculiar polarization‐tilt coupling in a ferroelectric liquid crystal, Book Reviews; Related titles Issue Vol Issue Septem electro-optic applications of liquid crystalline polymers have been described in depth elsewhere [10–14] and are not discussed here.

Laser-addressed displays that incorporate side-chain liquid crystal polymers for high-information-content displays (such as maps and ferroelectric side-chain liquid crystal polymers for lightweight dis.

Ferroelectric Liquid Crystal Display (FLCD) is a display technology based on the ferroelectric properties of chiral smectic liquid crystals as proposed in by Clark and Lagerwall. The FLCD did not make many inroads as a direct view display device.

Manufacturing of larger FLCDs was problematic making them unable to compete against direct view LCDs based on nematic liquid crystals using the.

This book is a response to an evident demand for a university textbook on ferroelectricity. The authors discuss the current understanding of the physical nature of ferroelectric phenomena in a consistent and logical form using both phenomenological and microscopic approaches.

He published more than 90 papers in Archival Journals, 3 book chapters and has 10 patents and presented more than papers at International Conferences, being invited speaker several times.

He was Guest Editor of 5 special issues on international journals and is member of the Editorial Board of the Optics and Lasers in Engineering (Elsevier). The ferroelectric materials described in this book include a relatively complete list of practical and promising ferroelectric single crystals, bulk ceramics and thin films.

Included are perovskite-type, lithium niobate, tungsten-bronze-type, water-soluable crystals and other inorganic materials, as well as organic ferroelectrics (polymers.

Introduction - This book, consisting of 10 chapters, should be treated as a complement that brings the reader up to date with the latest contributions to the rich literature on liquid crystals. A prominent place in this literature is occupied by the dielectric properties which are important in estimation of usefulness of these materials and in understanding the molecular processes determining.

Considerable space is devoted to considering the relationship between the actual structure of the molecules and the size of the spontaneous polarization and to discussing the behavior of ferroelectric liquid crystals in various external fields.

Data are presented on the physical parameters of the known liquid-crystal ferroelectrics. New series of ferroelectric liquid crystals with two chiral carbons or bulky molecular components at the chiral carbon are synthesized and are found to possess extremely large spontaneous.

Ferroelectric Liquid Crystalsthe existence of anisotropic liquids has been known now for over years. All anisotropic liquids are termed liquid crystals (LCs), and a great wealth of "crystal structure" classes and molecular structures have been explored in the context of liquid crystal.

Ferroelectric Crystals Volume 1 of International Series of Monographs in the Science of the Solid State Volume 1 of International series of monographs on solid state physics Volume 1 of Monographs in solid State physics Pergamon Press book: Authors: Franco Jona, G.

Shirane: Publisher: Macmillan Company, Original from: the University of. For a material to show a ferroelectric response, it needs to have segments that can be polarized, with a net polarization that remains when the applied field is removed. However, the fluidity that allows liquid crystal molecules to easily move under an applied force also makes it hard to create a ferroelectric response.

Miyajima et al. [][1]) show that a set of columnar liquid crystal. The physics of ferroelectric and antifer-roelectric liquid crystals. By I. Musevic, R. Blinc & B. Zeks. Singapore: World Scientific, Pp. USDGBP ISBN X Liquid crystals are the only known fluid systems that exhibit ferroelectric and anti-ferroelectric properties, and so occupy a special place in physics and.

He published more then 90 papers in Archivial Journals, 3 book chapters and has 10 patents and presented more then papers at International Conferences, being invited speaker several times. He was Guest Editor of 5 special issues on international journals and is member of the Editorial Board of the Optics and Lasers in Engineering (Elsevier).

Since the discovery, by Meyer et al. [1] inof ferroelectric liquid crystals (FLCs) they remain the object of intensive investigations. In Pikin and Indenbom suggested a model for the thermodynamic description of the FLC physical properties, including the macroscopic response to the external fields [2].

In R.B. Meyer used symmetry arguments to predict ferroelectric liquid crystals, and the prediction could immediately be verified by several observations of behavior connected to ferroelectricity in smectic liquid-crystal phases that are chiral and tilted. The technology allows the building of flat-screen monitors.

properties of new ferroelectric liquid crystal. Mainly the phase sequence, the tilt angle, spontaneous polariza-tion, and in uence of the electric eld have been studied [11, 12].

All these properties are very important from application point of view and should give answer to the question if the compound studied could be used in liquid crystal. Ferroelectricity, property of certain nonconducting crystals, or dielectrics, that exhibit spontaneous electric polarization (separation of the centre of positive and negative electric charge, making one side of the crystal positive and the opposite side negative) that can be reversed in direction.

Banana-shaped (bow-shaped or bent-core) ferroelectric liquid crystals have been discovered in the last decade of the th century (Noiri et al., ). Since then there has been a great interest in their dielectric and electro-optic properties due to potential applications (Sekine et al., ; Link et al., ; Pelzl et al., ).

The structures of the ferroelectric liquid crystals in the thin and the thick cell configurations are reviewed. The techniques to align these liquid crystals are briefly described.

Finally, the effect of electric fields on these liquid crystals is discussed. System Upgrade on Fri, Jun 26th, at 5pm (ET) During this period, our website will be offline for less than an hour but the E-commerce and registration of new users may not be available for up to 4 hours.

Abstract. The temperature dependence of the tilt angle is studied in the smectic phase near the smectic A-smectic tricritical point for a mixture of 70PD0B in the ferroelectric liquid crystal C7 ().The mean-field models with the biquadratic (is the spontaneous polarization) and (bilinear) coupling terms in the free energy expansion are used to analyze the experimental data for the tilt angle.

Gray, Molecular Structure and the Properties of Liquid Crystals (Academic Press Inc., New York, ), Chap. IV is a review of references on this subject. New York, ), Chap. IV is a review of references on this subject. References. Bahr, G. Heppke, and B. Sabaschus, “Influence of an electric field on phase transitions in ferroelectric liquid crystals,” Liquid Crystals, vol.

11, no. 1, pp. 41–48, View at: Publisher Site | Google Scholar Ch. Bahr and G. Heppke, “Influence of electric field on a first-order smectic-A–ferroelectric-smectic-C liquid-crystal phase transition: a field-induced. The photorefractive effect in photoconductive ferroelectric liquid crystals (FLCs) that contain photoconductive chiral compounds was investigated.

Terthiophene compounds with chiral structure were chosen as the photoconductive chiral compounds and mixed with an achiral smectic C liquid crystal.

The mixture exhibited the ferroelectric chiral smectic C phase and photoconductivity.Ferroelectric liquid crystals with high enough spontaneous polarization exhibit a special periodic structure which forms after switching off a moderate electric field.

One of the most important features of this new structure is the existence of inclined smectic layers with .Ferroelectric Liquid Crystals (FLC‘s) is devoted to basic and applied aspects of new self-assembling materials possessing chiral and polar structures and properties. These conferences have been organized in odd years in between International Conferences on Liquid Crystals: Jaroslav Heyrovský 1.

Arcachon (France) 2.