1 February 1998 Polymer-dispersed liquid crystal displays: switching times effect
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Electrooptical and switching properties of polyester resin/nematic liquid crystal composite films have been studied by varying composition, temperature and UV curing time of the matrix. The PDLC films were formed by LC separation in UV polymerization process of the thin layer of oligoester resin between ITO coated glass plates. The electrooptical and response behavior based on the electric field controlled light scattering of the composite films was recorded. The result were interpreted in terms of effective anchoring strength at the interface of polymer and liquid crystal.
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Maria Mucha, Maria Mucha, E. Nastal-Grosicka, E. Nastal-Grosicka, } "Polymer-dispersed liquid crystal displays: switching times effect", Proc. SPIE 3318, Liquid Crystals: Physics, Technology, and Applications, (1 February 1998); doi: 10.1117/12.300021; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.300021
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