Fast linear electro-optical switching properties of polymer-dispersed ferroelectric liquid crystals

Kyehun Lee; Seong-Woo Suh; Sin-Doo Lee
February 1994
Applied Physics Letters;2/7/1994, Vol. 64 Issue 6, p718
Academic Journal
Demonstrates electro-optic effect in ferroelectric liquid crystal (FLC)/polymer composites. Importance of surface interactions at liquid crystal/polymer interface for LC device applications; Development of LC displays; Role of polymer layer in polymer-dispersed LC substrate.


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