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Liquid Crystal Elastomers

Author : Mark Warner
ISBN : 0199214867
Genre : Mathematics
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This text is a primer for liquid crystals, polymers, rubber and elasticity. It is directed at physicists, chemists, material scientists, engineers and applied mathematicians at the graduate student level and beyond.

Liquid Crystal Elastomers Materials And Applications

Author : Wim H. de Jeu
ISBN : 9783642315824
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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Preparation of Liquid Crystalline Elastomers, by F. Brömmel, D. Kramer, H. Finkelmann Applications of Liquid Crystalline Elastomers, by C. Ohm, M. Brehmer und R. Zentel Liquid Crystal Elastomers and Light, by Peter Palffy-Muhoray Electro-Opto-Mechanical Effects in Swollen Nematic Elastomers, by Kenji Urayama The Isotropic-to-Nematic Conversion in Liquid Crystalline Elastomers, by Andrija Lebar, George Cordoyiannis, Zdravko Kutnjak und Bostjan Zalar Order and Disorder in Liquid-Crystalline Elastomers, by Wim H. de Jeu und Boris I. Ostrovskii

Tunable Micro Optics

Author : Hans Zappe
ISBN : 9781316477786
Genre : Technology & Engineering
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Presenting state-of-the-art research into the dynamic field of tunable micro-optics, this is the first book to provide a comprehensive survey covering a varied range of topics including novel materials, actuation concepts and new imaging systems in optics. Internationally renowned researchers present a diverse range of chapters on cutting-edge materials, devices and subsystems, including soft matter, artificial muscles, tunable lenses and apertures, photonic crystals, and complete tunable imagers. Special contributions also provide in-depth treatment of micro-optical characterisation, scanners, and the use of natural eye models as inspiration for new concepts in advanced optics. With applications extending from medical diagnosis to fibre telecommunications, Tunable Micro-optics equips readers with a solid understanding of the broader technical context through its interdisciplinary approach to the realisation of new types of optical systems. This is an essential resource for engineers in industry and academia, and advanced students working on optical systems design.

Progress In Liquid Crystal Science And Technology

Author : Hoi-Sing Kwok
ISBN : 9789814417600
Genre : Architecture
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The presence of liquid crystal displays (LCDs) marks the advances in mobile phones and television development over the last few decades. Japanese companies were the first to commercialize passive-matrix TNLCDs and, later on, high-resolution activematrix LCDs.Prof. Shunsuke Kobayashi has made essential contributions to Japan''s prominence in LCD development throughout this period. He is well-known not only for his own groundbreaking research, but also for the training of many prominent figures in the display industry, both in Japan and in other countries.This book brings together many prominent researchers in the field of liquid crystal science and technology, to share with us the key developments in LCD over the last few decades. It comprises of five categories OCo from basic physics and chemistry of liquid crystals, to detailed descriptions of alignment technologies, wide viewing angle technologies, LC optics, and display applications."

The Physics Of Liquid Crystals

Author : P. G. de Gennes
ISBN : 0198517858
Genre : Science
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The original edition was immediately recognized as a classic of condensed matter physics. This new edition covers the main properties of nematics, cholesterics, and smectics and columnar phases, particularly the symmetry and the mechanical and optical characteristics of each phase. The latter includes some applications to display systems. The emphasis on order-of-magnitude considerations should make it accessible to researchers and graduate students alike.

Relaxation Processes In Micromagnetics

Author : Harry Suhl
ISBN : UOM:39015068806028
Genre : Science
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This book throws some light on poorly understood aspects of the motion of magnetization in magnetic solids, particularly the effects of dissipative mechanisms. Aside from its practical aspects (such as magnetic recording), it addresses readers interested in the basic physics of nonlinear phenomena.

Statphys 22

Author : Sushanta Dattagupta
ISBN : CORNELL:31924100473739
Genre : Statistical physics
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American Book Publishing Record

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ISBN : UOM:39015066043194
Genre : American literature
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The Oxford Handbook Of Soft Condensed Matter

Author : Eugene Michael Terentjev
ISBN : 9780199667925
Genre : Science
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This handbook will provide the reader with a profound introduction to the key subjects comprising the relatively new topic of Soft Condensed Matter. It will provide students and researchers with an authoritative overview of the field, identify key principles at play, and the most prominent ways of further development.

Viscoelastic Behavior Of Rubbery Materials

Author : C. Michael Roland
ISBN : 9780191621116
Genre : Science
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The enormous size of polymer molecules causes their molecular motions to span a broad range of length scales and give rise to viscoelastic behaviour. This rate-dependence of the properties is a predominant characteristic of soft materials (rubbers, biopolymers, lubricants, adhesives, etc.). Improving the performance and developing new applications for soft materials require an understanding of the basic principles of how molecular motions underlie physical properties. This text is intended to provide grounding in fundamental aspects of the dynamic behavior of rubbery materials, adopting a molecular perspective in its treatment to emphasize how microscopic processes are connected to the observed macroscopic behavior. The latest discoveries and advances in the science and technology of rubbery materials are described and critically analyzed.

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