Thermophysical Properties of Liquid Crystals

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Gordon and Breach Science Publishers, 1991 - Science - 419 pages
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"Thermophysical Properties of Liquid Crystals" offers directions for the theoretical study of the structure and properties of nematic, smectic and cholesteric liquid crystals. It elucidates the molecular structure of chiral nematics and examines the optical and thermodynamic properties of liquid crystals in supercooled states. Further, it provides data on solutions of liquid crystals, including information on density and enthalpy, gives state diagrams of different types of solutions, and covers other important characteristics of those solutions which best meet the requirements of modern technology.

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