With contributions by internationally renowned researchers, this book provides a comprehensive overview of recent developments in a new class of liquid-crystalline compounds. The book begins with discussions of the theoretical aspects of cholesteric phase formation in polymers. The next part discusses recent work on polymers with mesogenic side groups (their molecular architecture, phase behavior, and dynamics in external fields, as well as their properties in mixtures with low-mass liquid crystals). The final group of chapters deals with mesomorphic systems that do not contain mesomorphic groups (for example, derivatives of polyorganophosphasenes, cellulose, and graphitizable carbons), as well as polymer-dispersed liquid-crystal films (which have important practical applications), and the new and exotic bowl-shaped liquid-crystal materials. Interdisciplinary in its approach, the book will be of interest to researchers and practitioners in polymer science, liquid-crystal research, and materials science.
|Statement||edited by Valery P. Shibaev, Lui Lam|
|Series||Partially Ordered Systems, Partially ordered systems|
|The Physical Object|
|Format||[electronic resource] /|
|Pagination||1 online resource (xvi, 361 pages 199 illustrations).|
|Number of Pages||361|
|ISBN 10||1461383358, 1461383331|
|ISBN 10||9781461383352, 9781461383338|
Get this from a library! Liquid Crystalline and Mesomorphic Polymers. [Valery P Shibaev; Lui Lam] -- With contributions by internationally renowned researchers, this book provides a comprehensive overview of recent developments in a new class of liquid-crystalline compounds. The book begins with. Mixtures of a Liquid Crystalline Polymer with a Low-Molar-Mass Liquid Crystal Miscibility Properties Other Nonideal Behaviors Conclusions References 5 Polymer-Dispersed Liquid Crystal Films G.P. Montgomery, Jr., G. W. Smith, and N.A. Vaz Introduction Film Structure and Operation The last two chapters examine liquid crystalline order in biological materials and mesomorphic order in the realm of polymers with inorganic backbones. This book is intended to provide the polymer scientist, the materials scientist, and the biologist with a valuable source of information. Download Liquid Crystalline And Mesomorphic Polymers books, 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.
A polymer with the mesomorphic order of liquid crystalline phthalocyanines. January ; Macromolecules 23(1) Polymers with liquid crystalline order were obtained, the structures of which. Compre Liquid Crystalline and Mesomorphic Polymers (Partially Ordered Systems) (English Edition) de Shibaev, Valery P., Lam, Lui na Confira também os eBooks mais vendidos, lançamentos e livros digitais : Lui Lam. 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. This book introduces anisotropic innovations in liquid crystalline polymers as well as new nanocomposite materials and testing techniques. The authors detail the newest discoveries of material properties, material types and phases, and material characterization. This interdisciplinary work creates.
Try the new Google Books. Check out the new look and enjoy easier access to your favorite features. Try it now. THE MESOMORPHIC STATE OF FLEXIBLECHAIN POLYMERS. Liquid Crystal Polymers I M. Gordon No preview available - View all». The present study is aimed at the preparation of highly ordered guest−host systems based in liquid crystalline materials with potential application in the preparation of thin film polarizers. To accomplish this purpose, we carried out the design, synthesis, and mesomorphic characterization of new reactive liquid crystalline monomers. All the compounds exhibited liquid crystalline behavior. The first reference book to cover DLCs, Chemistry of Discotic Liquid Crystals: From Monomers to Polymers highlights the chemistry and thermal behavior of DLCs. Divided into six chapters, each with a general description, background, and context for the concepts involved, the book begins with a basic introduction to liquid crystals, describing. Cross‐linked liquid‐crystalline (LC) polymers with a mesomorphic diarylethene were prepared to demonstrate a versatile strategy for cross‐linked photochromic LC polymers as photomobile materials.