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Free eBook Low Molecular Weight Liquid Crystals I,  Volume 2A, Handbook of Liquid Crystals download ISBN: 3527292713
Author: Edited by: Dietrich Demus,Dietrich Demus,John W. Goodby,George W. Gray,Hans W. Spiess,Volkmar Vill
Publisher: Wiley-VCH; Volume 2A edition (March 10, 1998)
Language: English
Pages: 530
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Volumes 2A and 2B concentrate on low-molecular weight materials, for example those typically used in display technology.

ISBN-13: 978-3527292714. Volumes 2A and 2B concentrate on low-molecular weight materials, for example those typically used in display technology. A high quality survey of the literature is provided along with full details of molecular design strategies, phase characterization and control, and applications development.

The Handbook of Liquid Crystals is a unique compendium of knowledge on all aspects of liquid crystals. Volume 2 concentrates on low-molecular weight materials, for example those typically used in display technology. In over 2000 pages the Handbook provides detailed information on the basic principles of both low- and high-molecular weight materials, as well as the synthesis, characterization, modification, and applications (such as in computer displays or as structural materials) of all types of liquid crystals.

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Handbook of Liquid Crystals VOl. 3: High Molecular Weight Liquid Crystals. Dietrich Demus Veilchenweg 23 061 18 Halle Germany Prof

Handbook of Liquid Crystals VOl. 6BWILEY-VCH Weinheim New York Chichester Brisbane Singapore Toronto. Dietrich Demus Veilchenweg 23 061 18 Halle Germany Prof. John W. Goodby School of Chemistry University of Hull Hull, HU6 7RX U. K. Prof. George W. Gray Merck Ltd. Liquid Crystals Merck House Poole BH15 1TD . Hans-Wolfgang Spiess Max-Planck-Institut fur Polymerforschung Ackermannweg 10 55 128 Mainz Germany Dr. Volkmar Vill Institut fur Organische Chemie Universitat Hamburg latz 6 20146 Hamburg Germany.

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Published March 10, 1998 by Wiley-VCH.

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The Handbook of Liquid Crystals is a unique compendium of knowledge on all aspects of liquid crystals. In over 2000 pages the Handbook provides detailed information on the basic principles of both low- and high-molecular weight materials, as well as the synthesis, characterization, modification, and applications (such as in computer displays or as structural materials) of all types of liquid crystals.The five editors of the Handbook are internationally renowned experts from both industry and academia and have drawn together over 70 leading figures in the field as authors.The four volumes of the Handbook are designed both to be used together or as stand-alone reference sources. Some users will require the whole set, others will be best served with one or two of the volumes.Volume 1 deals with the basic physical and chemical principles of liquid crystals, including structure-property relationships, nomenclature, phase behavior, characterization methods, and general synthesis and application strategies. As such this volume provides an excellent introduction to the field and a powerful learning and teaching tool for graduate students and above.Volumes 2A and 2B concentrate on low-molecular weight materials, for example those typically used in display technology. A high quality survey of the literature is provided along with full details of molecular design strategies, phase characterization and control, and applications development. These volumes are therefore by far the most detailed reference sources on these industrially very important materials, ideally suited for professionals in the field.Volume 3 concentrates on high-molecular weight, or polymeric, liquid crystals, some of which are found in structural applications and others occur as natural products of living systems. A high-quality literature survey is complemented by full detail of the synthesis, processing, analysis, and applications of all important materials classes. This volume is the most comprehensive reference source on these materials, and is therefore ideally suited for professionals in the field.