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Condensed matter physics
The frequency dispersion of the coercive force of Ferroelectric Liquid Crystals (FLC) cells has been detected and examined in the range of infralow (lower than 0.1 Hz) frequencies. To clarify the low-frequency dispersion, the model has been suggested, based on the arrangement of free charges and well describing the experimental curves. The method for determination of the energy of FLC anchoring at the surface, developed on the basis of the static hysteresis loop, has been proposed. The dependence of bistability and the anchoring energy upon the orientant layer thickness has experimentally been investigated.
Panarin, Y. (1993). Hysteresis and Anchoring Energy in Ferroelectric Liquid Crystals. Gordon and Breach. DOI: 10.21427/1T6S-FZ03
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