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Characterization of the Submicrometer Hierarchy Levels in the Twist-Bend Nematic Phase with Nanometric Helices via Photopolymerization. Explanation for the Sign Reversal in the Polar Response (2017)
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Panov, V. P., Sreenilayam, S. P., Panarin, Y. P., Vij, J. K., Welch, C. J., & Mehl, G. H. (2017). Characterization of the Submicrometer Hierarchy Levels in the Twist-Bend Nematic Phase with Nanometric Helices via Photopolymerization. Explanation for the Sign Reversal in the Polar Response. Nano Letters, 17(12), 7515-7519. doi:10.1021/acs.nanolett.7b03441

Photopolymerization of a reactive mesogen mixed with a mesogenic dimer, shown to exhibit the twist-bend nematic phase (NTB), reveals the complex structure of the self-deformation patterns observed in planar cells. The polymerized reactive mesogen ret... Read More

Characterization of the sub-micrometer hierarchy levels in the twist-bend nematic phase with nanometric helices via photopolymerization. Explanation for the sign reversal in the polar response (2017)
Journal Article
Panov, V. P., Sreenilayam, S. P., Panarin, Y. P., Vij, J. K., Welch, C. J., & Mehl, G. H. (2017). Characterization of the sub-micrometer hierarchy levels in the twist-bend nematic phase with nanometric helices via photopolymerization. Explanation for the sign reversal in the polar response. Nano Letters, 17(12), 7515–7519. doi:10.1021/acs.nanolett.7b03441

Photopolymerization of a reactive mesogen mixed with a mesogenic dimer, shown to exhibit the twist-bend nematic phase (NTB), reveals the complex structure of the self-deformation patterns observed in planar cells. The polymerized reactive mesogen ret... Read More

Molecular organization in the twist–bend nematic phase by resonant X-ray scattering at the Se K-edge and by SAXS, WAXS and GIXRD (2017)
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Stevenson, W. D., Ahmed, Z., Zeng, X. B., Welch, C., Ungar, G., & Mehl, G. H. (2017). Molecular organization in the twist–bend nematic phase by resonant X-ray scattering at the Se K-edge and by SAXS, WAXS and GIXRD. Physical chemistry chemical physics : PCCP, 19(21), 13449-13454. https://doi.org/10.1039/c7cp01404j

© the Owner Societies 2017. Using a magnetically aligned liquid crystal mixture containing a novel Se-labelled dimer and the difluoroterphenyl dimer DTC5C7, the twist-bend nematic phase (N tb ) was studied by the resonant scattering of hard X-rays an... Read More