二周波駆動液晶を用いたブルー相の電気光学応答性

Translated title of the contribution: Electro-Optical Response of Blue Phases using Dual Frequency Liquid Crystals

林 起煥, 樋口 博紀, 奥村 泰志, 菊池 裕嗣

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In the rising process of electro-optic effect by an applied electric field, Blue phases are enforced from the optically isotropic state to the optically anisotropic state. On the other hand, in the decay process of the electro-optic effect by the restoring force, BPs turn back from the optically anisotropic state to the optically isotropic state. The dielectric anisotropy of dual frequency liquid crystal (DFLC) changes from positive to negative as increasing the frequency of the electric field. If we apply the electric field with high frequency in decay process, it is expected that the response becomes faster. In this study, we investigated electro-optical properties of novel BPs consisting of DFLC.
Original languageJapanese
Pages (from-to)PA22-PA22
Journal日本液晶学会討論会講演予稿集
Volume2010
Issue number0
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2010

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liquid crystals
electro-optics
electric fields
decay
optical properties
anisotropy

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二周波駆動液晶を用いたブルー相の電気光学応答性. / 林起煥; 樋口博紀; 奥村泰志; 菊池裕嗣.

In: 日本液晶学会討論会講演予稿集, Vol. 2010, No. 0, 2010, p. PA22-PA22.

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