Nonemissive Electrooptic Displays
A. Kmetz, F. K. von Willisen
Springer US, 1976 - Science - 360 pages
Shortly after the inception of the Brown Boveri Research Center in 1966, plans were made to organize a series of biennial scientific symposia. A dif ferent subject was to be chosen for each symposium with the following re quirements in mind: It should characterize a part of a scientific discipline; in other words, it should describe an area of scholarly study and research. It should be of current interest in the sense that important results have recently been obtained and considerable research effort is under way in the world's scientific community. In other words, there must be a good reason why the symposium should be held now, rather than five years earlier or five years later. It should bear some relation to the scientific and technological activity of Brown Boveri. These symposia are intimately related to one of the basic concepts which govern the work of our Research Center: Close coupling between science and engineering. It is to this coupling that we owe the technical standard of our products and it is this coupling which we hope will be furthered by our sym posia.
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ELECTRICAL AND OPTICAL PROPERTIES OF TWISTED NEMATIC
CHOLESTERIC TEXTURE AND PHASE CHANGE EFFECTS
LIQUID CRYSTAL COLOR DISPLAYS
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A. R. Kmetz absorption alignment anisotropy Appl axis birefringence Brown Boveri Chem chemical circuit color constant contrast ratio Cryst curve Demus density dielectric anisotropy display applications display devices drive E. P. Raynes elec electric field electrochemical electrode electrolyte electrooptic electrooptic effects electrophoretic display elements energy erasing ferroelectric film guest-host homeotropic hydrogen I. F. Chang ions lanthanum LC display Lett light limited liquid crystal displays materials matrix addressing MBBA melting memory mixtures molecular multiplexed display multiplexing nematic layer nematic liquid crystal obtained operation optical order parameter orientation oxide particles phase change Phys planar plate pleochroic pleochroic dyes polarizer potential problems properties redox reduced response shown in Fig solid solution substances substrate surface switching Switzerland Dr Symp technique temperature dependence texture thickness threshold voltage tin dioxide tion transition transmission transparent twist cell twisted nematic values viewing angle viologen viscosity wavelength