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Comb-shaped polymers and liquid crystals

Nikolaĭ Alʹfredovich Platė

Comb-shaped polymers and liquid crystals

by Nikolaĭ Alʹfredovich Platė

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Published by Plenum Press in New York, N.Y .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Polymer liquid crystals.

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    StatementN.A. Platé and V.P. Shibaev ; translated from Russian by S.L. Schnur ; translation edited by J.M.G. Cowie.
    SeriesSpecialty polymers
    ContributionsShibaev, V. P.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQD923 .P5613 1987
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 415 p. :
    Number of Pages415
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL2389308M
    ISBN 100306427230
    LC Control Number87018518

    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. Dielectric relaxation and molecular motion in comb-shaped liquid crystal polymers J. P. Parneix, R. Njeumo, C. Legrand, P. Le Barny & J. C. Dubois Pages:

      Polarized Light in Liquid Crystals and Polymers deals with the linear optics of birefringent materials, such as liquid crystals and polymers, and surveys light propagation in such media with special attention to applications. It is unique in treating light propagation in micro- and nanostructured birefringent optical elements, such as lenses and gratings composed of birefringent . Bao, Y.; Vigderman, L.; Zubarev, E. R.; Jiang, C. "Robust Multilayer Thin Films Containing Cationic Thiol-Functionalized Gold Nanorods for Tunable Plasmonic.

    The role of texture in liquid crystals subject to shear flow Shear flow of liquid crystalline polymers Mechanical response of liquid crystalline elastomers Response of liquid crystalline polymers to electric and magnetic fields Instabilities Part II Applications An IR reflector based on polymer-stabilized cholesteric liquid crystal (PSCLC) can selectively tune IR light reflection for smart window application. Broadening the reflection bandwidth to block more IR heat radiation requires the expansion of the pitch distribution in the PSCLC. Traditional attempts using ex situ direct current (DC) bias upon an already polymerized PSCLC reflector usually.


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Comb-shaped polymers and liquid crystals by Nikolaĭ Alʹfredovich Platė Download PDF EPUB FB2

These prop­ erties, which are acquired in the liquid-crvstalline state, are then fixed in the solid at the operating temperatures.

Plate and V. Shibaev. Comb-Shaped Polymers and Li­ quid Crystals [in RussianJ. Khimiya, Moscow (). tSee the review of this book by H. Mark in J. Polym.

Sci. Polym. Lett. Ed., 20, (L).Cited by: Comb-Shaped Polymers and Liquid Crystals. Authors: Plat é, N.A., Book Title Comb-Shaped Polymers and Liquid Crystals Authors. N.A. Platé Brand: Springer US. Comb-Shaped Polymers and Liquid Crystals. Authors (view affiliations) N. Platé; V.

Shibaev; Book. Citations; Downloads; Part of the Specialty Polymers book series (SPEPO) Log in to check access. Buy eBook. USD Instant download; Readable on all devices; Own it forever; Local sales tax included if applicable. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Platė, Nikolaĭ Alʹfredovich.

Comb-shaped polymers and liquid crystals. New York, N.Y.: Plenum Press, © These prop- erties, which are acquired in the liquid-crvstalline state, are then fixed in the solid at the operating temperatures. Plate and V. Shibaev.

Comb-Shaped Polymers and Li- quid Crystals [in RussianJ. Khimiya, Moscow (). tSee the review of this book by H. Mark in J. Polym. Sci. Polym. Lett. Ed., 20, (L).Brand: Nikolai Al'fredovich Plate; V P Shibaev. Pris: kr.

Häftad, Skickas inom vardagar. Köp Comb-Shaped Polymers and Liquid Crystals av N A Plate, V P Shibaev på Pris: kr. Inbunden, Tillfälligt slut. Bevaka Comb-Shaped Polymers and Liquid Crystals så får du ett mejl när boken går att köpa igen. Abstract. Polymers with a comb-shaped structure were the first representatives of thermotropic LC polymers.

The principle of the creation of such systems by chemical addition of molecules or fragments of the mesogenic groups of low-molecular-weight liquid crystals to the polymer chain [1–6] with flexible (usually aliphatic) spacers was subsequently [7] made the basis for the creation of Cited by: 7.

Try the new Google Books. Check out the new look and enjoy easier access to your favorite features Liquid-Crystal Polymers acid addition anisotropic appearance axis causes characteristic characterized Chem cholesteric coefficient comb-shaped concentration conformation constant containing copolymers correlation corresponding crystalline.

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Price f The principle of creation of liquid crystalline (LC) ‘comb-shaped’ (side chain LC) polymers suggested by us in seventies in comparison with the preparation of LC polysiloxanes are considered.

The following sections are included: * Introduction * Polymers Under Investigation * NMR Spectroscopic Method for Investigation of Director Reorientation in Polymer Nematics * Model for Monodomain Reorientation * Applying NMR to Registering Director Alignment Kinetics * Angular Dependence of NMR Spectra * Evaluation of oscopic Ordering of LC Polymers (LCPs) via.

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.

With respect to flexibility of macromolecules, all polymers are classified into flexible-chain and rigid-chain polymers; since molecules of low-molecular-mass liquid crystals are shaped as rods, the molecular design of LC polymers can be accomplished through two alternative routes 3,6,9,21 (Fig.

5a,b): the use of rigid-chain macromolecules. The last part of the review briefly covers some ionogenic and ionophoric LC polymers, LC dendrimers and LC elastomers, as well as polymer-dispersed liquid crystals, LC networks and fluorescent LC.

Liquid-crystal polymers are present in melted/liquid or solid form. In solid form the main example of lyotropic LCPs is the commercial aramid known as Kevlar. Chemical structure of this aramid consists of linearly substituted aromatic rings linked by amide groups.

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).

The Mössbauer label variant of the Mössbauer spectroscopy method is employed to study intramolecular mobility in comb-shaped liquid-crystal (LC) polymer, poly{I-[II-(4′-cyanobiphenyloxy)undecyloxycarbonyl]ethylene}(CBO-II-PM) and also in the PA-4 (polybutylacrylate) polymer and 4-hexyloxy-4′-cyanodiphenyl (CBO-6), a low-molecular-weight LC compound, as model systems.

The effect of optical orientation in nematic liquid crystals containing small additions of high-molecular compounds, i.e., comb-shaped polymers with light-absorbing azobenzene side fragments, was studied.

The effects of light-induced reorientation of the director of nematic liquid crystals caused by light absorption of polymers and a low-molecular compound with a structure similar to side.

Liquid crystals and liquid crystalline polymers. General concepts III. Photochromic comb-shaped liquid crystalline polymers IV. Liquid crystalline photoactive block copolymers V.

Photochromic liquid crystalline dendrimers VI. Photoinduced mass transfer in polymeric and oligomeric liquid crystalline systems VII.

General Information on the Formation and Structure of Low-Molecular-Weight Liquid Crystals -- The Liquid-Crystalline State in Linear Polymers -- Synthesis of Liquid-Crystalline Polymers with Mesogenic Side Groups and Some Features of the Formation of Mesophases -- Comb-Shaped Liquid-Crystalline Polymers -- Among the various new directions in modern polymer science, the design and investigation of liquid crystal (LC) polymers have been the ones growing most actively and fruitfully.

In spite of that, the possible formation of an anisotropic LC phase was only demonstrated theoretically for the first time in the s by Onsager [1] and Flory [2.

Free Online Library: Novel atropisomeric binaphthol containing comb-shaped copolymers forming chiral nematic phases.(International Forum on Polymers - ) by "Polymer Engineering and Science"; Engineering and manufacturing Science and technology, general Acrylic resins Research Graft copolymers Liquid crystalline polymers Monomers Naphtha Polymer liquid crystals.