新規デンドロンが示す液晶ブルー相の温度範囲の拡大

Translated title of the contribution: Enlargement of temperature range in liquid crystalline blue phases by novel dendritic molecule

芝山 聖史, 樋口 博紀, 菊池 裕嗣

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Liquid Crystalline Blue Phases (BPs) attract interest due to their great potential for advanced applications to next generation liquid crystal displays and tunable photonic liquid crystals. The problem of the narrow temperature range in BPs has been resolved by polymer-stabilized blue phases1). However, it is difficult to vary their photonic bands by an external field because of fixed BP lattice. Here we report a new method to broaden the stable temperature range of BPs without using polymer-stabilizing effect. In this study, we investigated a liquid crystllinity and elastic constants of the novel dendritic molecules. The temperature ranges in BPs with the novel dendritic molecules are also examined.
Original languageJapanese
Pages (from-to)2b11-2b11
Journal日本液晶学会討論会講演予稿集
Volume2010
Issue number0
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Publication statusPublished - 2010

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新規デンドロンが示す液晶ブルー相の温度範囲の拡大. / 芝山聖史; 樋口博紀; 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. 2b11-2b11.

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