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Liquid crystallinity in polymers

Liquid crystallinity in polymers

principles and fundamental properties

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Published by VCH Publishers in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Polymer liquid crystals.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementedited by Alberto Ciferri.
    ContributionsCiferri, A.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQD923 .L535 1991
    The Physical Object
    Paginationx, 438 p. :
    Number of Pages438
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1530465M
    ISBN 10089573771X, 3527279229
    LC Control Number91007856

    Stability analysis and of Polymeric liquid crystal in shearing flow and texture formation A. CrossRef Google Scholar 9. Chiral discotic phases, similar to the chiral nematic phase, are also known. Ordinary equipment for thermoplastic processing can be used for LCPs or an addition of a LCP to an EP can lower the viscosity of the latter by two orders of magnitude. Lenz, British Polymer Journal,

    Carfagna et al. The molecular shape should be relatively thin, flat or conic, especially within rigid molecular frameworks. The word "smectic" originates from the Latin word "smecticus", meaning cleaning, or having soap-like properties. Google Scholar 7.

    When X-rays pass through ordered materials, they give rise to diffraction patterns, bright spots in space where ricocheting X-rays have constructively interfered with each other, shining starkly amid the blackness where the X-rays have undergone destructive interference. Aligned nematics have the optical properties of uniaxial crystals and this makes them extremely useful in liquid-crystal displays LCD. The side chain or comb polymers are intended for use in electronics and opto-electronic systems and as surfactants. Reducing the tip clearance increases the fan's airflow and static pressure by limiting the amount of air leaking through the gap between the impeller and frame.


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Processing and applications of structural liquid crystalline polymers; Polymers such as this are said to be semi-crystalline. The superior properties of LCPs make them especially suitable for automotive ignition system components, heater plug connectors, lamp sockets, transmission system components, pump components, coil forms and sunlight sensors and sensors for car safety belts.

Ringsdorf, W. You can look for it at a temperature above Tg, which you will recall looks more like a step in the baseline. The content of water or other solvent molecules changes the self-assembled structures.

Liquid Crystal Polymers: From Structures to Applications

Sirigu, Mol. Distortions and defects; 7. As a result, many polymers are semi-crystalline, with regions called lamellae where portions of chains have aligned parallel to each other, but also with large amorphous areas that are much more randomly Liquid crystallinity in polymers book.

Molecules pack closely together, leading to a high degree of order. Billard, A. The drawing below is a cartoon of an X-ray diffraction pattern. For part 7 see A. The greater the angle, the smaller the distance. A recent general review of this subject is given by H. Sackmann and D.

They resist stress cracking in the presence of most chemicals at elevated temperatures, including aromatic or halogenated hydrocarbonsstrong acids, bases, ketonesand other aggressive industrial substances. Griffin, T. The more crystalline a polymer, the more regularly aligned its chains.

Crystalline Polymers

The smectic phases, which are found at lower temperatures than the nematic, form well-defined layers that can slide over one another in a manner similar to that of soap.

When X-rays pass through ordered materials, they give rise Liquid crystallinity in polymers book diffraction patterns, bright Liquid crystallinity in polymers book in space where ricocheting X-rays have constructively interfered with each other, shining starkly amid the blackness where the X-rays have undergone destructive interference.

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Google Scholar 7. Siol and J. Gray, Phil.May 11,  · 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.

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