Voltage-dependent diffraction switching makes a hybrid liquid crystal–carbon nanotube device a good candidate for high-resolution displays.
Rice University strategy turns negatively charged carbon nanotubes into liquid crystals that could enhance the creation of fibers and films.
Kyushu University researchers demonstrate a new blue phase material with expanded temperature range and Bragg wavelength shift.
Physicists at the University of Colorado Boulder open the door for the creation of a host of new materials with properties that do not exist in nature.
The synthesis of a chiral polymer can be performed in chiral liquid crystals. It could be a model to understand asymmetric polymer synthesis in biology.
A two-dimensional microarray is fabricated from a crosslinked liquid crystalline polymer containing azobenzene groups.
Reversible fragmentation and self-assembling of nematic liquid crystal droplets on functionalized pyroelectric substrates