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1.0 Reduced temperature 4-phenylenediamine 4'-n-octyloxybenzal 4'-n-octyloxybenzal)-2-chloro-l according to Saupe's anisotropic molecular parameters Chem Chen contracted spectrum cos2 crystal becomes viscous curve degree of order Edward Gelerinter effective vanadium coupling electron paramagnetic resonance EPR lines assumed Experimental derivative spectra four liquid crystals four nematic liquid Fryburg and Edward function of temperature g/3HzSz gauss given reduced temperature Glarum and Marshall hexanoate and heptanoate isotropic phase Lewis Research Center Liquid Crystal Institute Luckhurst ref magnetic field Marshall ref melting point methylbenzene n-octyloxybenzal NEMATIC LIQUID CRYSTALS nematic phase nematic range nematic-isotropic transition point nematic-isotropic transition temperature Nuclear Magnetic Resonance nuclear spin Ordering parameter oz oz as function p-(n)-hexyloxybenzylidene-4-amino p-(p-ethoxyphenylazo peculiar asymmetric appearance Performing Organization perpendicular components phenyl hexanoate Phys quartz reduced temperature according reduced temperature seemed Saupe Saupe's model spectra of vanadyl spectrum characteristic temperature seemed dependent three liquid crystals tumbling freely typical vanadyl spectrum universal function VAAC molecule vanadium coupling constant vanadyl acetylacetonate