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Title: Effect of pressure on the spontaneous polarisation, the critical unwinding field and the transverse dielectric constant in ferroelectric liquid crystals
Authors: Krishna Prasad, S.
Khened, S.M.
Raja, V.N.
Chandrasekhar, S.
Shivkumar, B.
Issue Date: Nov-1992
Publisher: World Scientific
Citation: Recent Trends in High Pressure Research: Proceedings of the Xiii Airapt International Conference on High Pressure Science and Technology 7-11 October 1991, Ed. A K Singh, 1992, p529-531
Abstract: Because of their remarkable electro-optical effects ferroelectric liquid crystals have gained increasing interest during the last few years. Although extensive studies of different physical properties have been carried out at room pressure, few reports are available on the effect of pressure on these properties. We report here the effect of high pressure on spontaneous polarisation Ps the critical unwinding field Ec - defined as the magnitude of the external field necessary to unwind the helix - and the transverse static dielectric constant €ι. The stildies show that with increasing pressure both Ps and €ι decrease while Ec increases.
Description: Restricted Access.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2289/3035
ISBN: 978-8120407138
Copyright: 1992 978-8120407138
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