liquid-crystal

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liquid-crystal

adjFlüssigkristall-; liquid-crystal displayFlüssigkristallanzeige f
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Thermotropic LCPs are processed from anisotropic phases to form liquid-crystal phases.
studied the waveguide characteristics and discussed the voltage-addressable optical properties in a liquid-crystal medium [9, 10].
Moritake, "Increasing the speed of microstrip-line-type polymer-dispersed liquid-crystal loaded variable phase shifter," IEEE Transactions on Microwave Theory and Techniques, vol.
Jakoby, "Highly-anisotropic liquid-crystal mixtures for tunable microwave devices," Electron.
Over 100 papers selected from presentations and reviewed by peers discuss such topics as synthesizing and characterizing a novel liquid crystalline polymer bearing azobenzene, an infrared imaging system based on liquid-crystal thermo-optic effects, the microwave-assisted synthesis and mesomorphic properties of novel unsymmetric imidazolium as ionic liquid crystals, the electroluminescence of naturally oxidized polypyrrole, and improving the open circuit voltage of amorphous silicon solar cells by treating the p layer with hydrogen plasma.
But a team led by Nicholas Abbott from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and coworkers has shown that endotoxin - considered to be key indications of bacterial infection - from gram-negative bacteria like Escherichia coli reorders the liquid-crystal droplets, causing a visible defect to form at their centers.
Typical applications include connecting broadband/cable set-top boxes, digital video recorders, DVD players, HD-DVD and bluray players and various display devices that include plasma screens, digital light projection (DLP) projectors, liquid-crystal displays (LCDs) and liquid crystal on silicon (LCOS) or digital image light amplification (D-ILA) devices.
Tokyo, Japan, Oct 18, 2006 - (JCN) - Sanyo Epson Imaging Devices Corporation has announced the development of a 2.2-inch amorphous silicon TFT liquid-crystal display (LCD) that is just 1.1 mm thick, making it ideal for use in mobile phones and other portable devices.
Their direction determines how quickly light passes through the liquid-crystal layer.
In response to voltages applied to those electrodes, the liquid-crystal rods rotate into new orientations, explains Guoqiang Li of the University of Arizona and a member of the development team.

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