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Liquid Crystal Polymers II/III

  • 266 Pages
  • 4.96 MB
  • English
Springer Berlin Heidelberg , Berlin, Heidelberg
Physical organic chemistry, Physics, Condensed m
Statementedited by N. A. Platé
SeriesAdvances in Polymer Science -- 60/61, Advances in polymer science -- 60/61.
LC ClassificationsQC173.45-173.458
The Physical Object
Format[electronic resource] /
Pagination1 online resource (ix, 266 p.)
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL27071409M
ISBN 103540129944, 3540388168
ISBN 139783540129943, 9783540388166

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Liquid Crystal Polymers II/III. Table of contents. Search within book. Front Matter. PDF. Thermotropic mesophases and mesophase transitions of linear, flexible macromolecules.

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Bernhard Wunderlich, Janusz Grebowicz. Pages Polymers crystal liquid crystal phase transition polymer transitions.

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EditionAuthor: M. Gordon. Thermotropic mesophases Liquid Crystal Polymers II/III book mesophase transitions of linear, flexible macromolecules.- Properties and applications of liquid-crystalline main-chain polymers.- Liquid crystal side chain polymers.- Thermotropic liquid-crystalline polymers with mesogenic side groups.

Mar 15,  · Abstract. Attaching non amphiphilic or amphiphilic liquid crystalline molecules as side chains to linear, branched or crosslinked polymers yields liquid crystal (l.c.) side chain polymers, which can exhibit the liquid crystalline state analogously to the conventional low molar mass liquid by: Abstract The development is reviewed of liquid-crystalline polymers whose mesophase formation derives from the nature of the chemical units in the main chain.

The emphasis lies primarily on highly aromatic condensation polymers and their applications. Abstract The article covers synthesis, structure and properties of thermotropic liquid-crystalline (LC) polymers with mesogenic side groups. Approaches towards the synthesis of such systems and the conditions for their realization in the LC state are presented, as well as the data revealing the relationship between the molecular structure of an LC polymer and the type of mesophase formed.

from book Liquid Crystal Polymers II/III (pp) Advances in Polymer Science. Special attention is paid to the research data on photochromic liquid-crystal polymers and composites.

from book Liquid Crystal Polymers II/III (pp) Liquid Crystal Side Chain Polymer. The synthesis of a series of methacrylate side-chain liquid crystal polymers (SCLCPs) bearing biphenyl. Read chapter 2 BACKGROUND: Liquid Crystalline Polymers Below is the uncorrected machine-read text of this chapter, intended to provide our own search engines and external engines with highly rich, chapter-representative searchable text of each book.

The liquid crystalline state (see Semicrystalline Polymers: Elastic Properties) is intermediate in nature between a crystal and a normal liquid. A liquid crystal has long-range orientational order between molecules without the three-dimensional long-range positional order which would relate each molecule to a.

The field of mesophases is subdivided into six different phases: liquid crystals, plastic crystals, condis crystals and the corresponding LC, PC, and CD glasses.

Liquid and plastic crystals are the traditional phases with positional and orientational disorder, respectively. Condis crystals are conformationally disordered. On hand of tables of thermodynamic transition parameters of small and Cited by: Prospects for the use of functional liquid crystal polymers and composites.

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SHIBAYEV and S. BYELYAYEV Lomonosov State University, Moscow Research Institute for Cited by: 6. Keywords: Liquid crystals, side chain polymers, polymer modification, polymer synthesis, self-assembly.

Introduction Over thirty years ago the work of Finkelmann and Ringsdorf [1,2] gave important momentum to synthesis of side chain liquid crystal polymers (SCLCPs), materials which Cited by: Neal R. Scruggs and Julia A. Kornfield, Synergistic Ordering of Side‐Group Liquid Crystal Polymer and Small Molecule Liquid Crystal: Order and Phase Behavior of Nematic Polymer Solutions, Macromolecular Chemistry and Physics,19‐20, (), ().Cited by: The Liquid Crystal handbook provides an introduction to thermochromic liquid crystals (TLCs), how the materials work and how they are used.

the science and technology of liquid crystal polymers is not relevant here and is not discussed. ‘Advances in Liquid Crystals’, Vol. I, II, III, IV and V, Academic Press (, Nov 28,  · Liquid crystal is an intermediate phase between the crystalline solid state and the isotropic fluid state.

It possesses no or partial positional order but displays an orientational order. There are roughly three types of liquid crystals commonly referred Cited by: In M41S materials, a liquid crystal templating (LCT) mechanism was proposed by the Mobil scientists in which supramolecular assemblies of surfactant micelles (e.g., alkyltrimethylammonium surfactants) act as structure directors for the formation of the mesophase.

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Three of the coordination polymers and the trinuclear complex show spin crossover behavior whereas the coordination polymer 4 is a pure HS complex. The results from single crystal XRD indeed show that in both cases hydrogen bond networks are formed.

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This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Jul 13,  · LCR Hallcrest Handbook of Liquid Crystal Technology RT rev01 usa 1. Handbook of Thermochromic Liquid Crystal Technology the science and technology of liquid crystal polymers is not relevant here and is not discussed.

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Linear analyses of these.The crystal structures of both selenium tetrafluoride and tellurium tetrafluoride are known. Chalcogen chlorides and bromides have also been explored.

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