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Low-frequency electrical properties of organic condensed phase: the case of liquid crystals and liquid-crystalline polymers.
Author(s): Aleksander B. Szymanski; K. Chledowska; J. Rozak-Haladyj; Elzbieta Szwajczak; W. Szymanski
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Paper Abstract

Low frequency dielectric properties of selected liquid crystalline materials have been measured in time as well as frequency domain. The results have been compared with those related to liquid crystalline polymer. It is worth noting that in this case different behavior of the sample is observed in respect to current i vs time t as well as conductivity (sigma) vs frequency f dependencies. The behavior of polymer samples is like the behavior of solidified liquid crystals. The phenomena were interpreted and a possible explanation is proposed.

Paper Details

Date Published: 15 October 1993
PDF: 7 pages
Proc. SPIE 1845, Liquid and Solid State Crystals: Physics, Technology and Applications, (15 October 1993); doi: 10.1117/12.156951
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Aleksander B. Szymanski, Technical Univ. of Rzeszow (Poland)
K. Chledowska, Technical Univ. of Rzeszow (Poland)
J. Rozak-Haladyj, Technical Univ. of Rzeszow (Poland)
Elzbieta Szwajczak, Technical Univ. of Rzeszow (Poland)
W. Szymanski, Czestochowa Higher Pedagogical School (Poland)


Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 1845:
Liquid and Solid State Crystals: Physics, Technology and Applications

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