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Checkout Your Cart Price. Description Details Customer Reviews The responsive nature and diversity of liquid crystals provide tremendous opportunities as well as challenges for insights in fundamental science, and opens the door to various applications. This unique reference guides readers to the advances and directions of liquid crystal research, helping spur continued progress in the field. It emphasizes the chemistry, physics, and applications of liquid crystals in photonics, power generators, lasers, molecular motors, carbon nanotubes, and biosensors.

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Relationship between the photomechanical response and the thermomechanical properties of azobenzene liquid crystalline polymer networks. Macromolecules 43 , — Photodriven, flexural-torsional oscillations of glassy azobenzene liquid crystal polymer networks. Glassy photomechanical liquid-crystal network actuators for microscale devices.

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