By Shin-Tson Wu, Deng-Ke Yang
From desktop desktops and cellphones to electronic cinema, Liquid Crystal monitors (LCDs) are necessary elements in an expanding array of hugely fascinating customer electronics and communique units, and are already the important know-how utilized in flat panel screens. This inter-disciplinary booklet is meant as an introductory consultant to the basic houses of liquid crystals and their purposes in reveal and photonic units, offering a uncomplicated realizing of the physics, optics, electro-optics, and fabric elements for cutting-edge show and photonic units.
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* the foundations for designing complex professional transmissive, reflective, and transflective liquid crystal displays.
* Chapters on rising applied sciences reminiscent of tuneable liquid crystal photonic units together with laser beam guidance, mild switches for telecommunication and tunable-focus lenses.
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The local field E ~ and the long molecular axis ~ well as the angles between E a and the liquid crystal director ~ n. 85) $ where K is the internal field tensor which is a second-rank tensor. Taking account of the internal field tensor and the thermal motion of the molecules, the polarization is ~ Á~ ~ Á ð~ ~ E þ NDah½K a~ aÞi Á ~ E P ¼ Na ? 86) The macroscopic dielectric tensor is $ $ e ¼I þ $ $ N ½a ? 87) In a material consisting of non-polar molecules, the induced polarization consist of two parts: (1) the electronic polarization Pelectronic which comes from the deformation of the electron clouds of the constituting atoms of the molecule, and (2) the ionic polarization Pionic which comes from the relative displacement of the atoms constituting the molecule.
The magnetization M given by ~ ¼ Nkk ð~ ~ a þ Nk ? ½H ~ À ð~ ~ a M a Á HÞ~ a Á HÞ~ ~ þ NDkð~ ~ a a Á HÞ~ ¼ Nk ? H ~ ~ ¼ Nk ? 72) where N is the molecular number density, kk and k ? are molecular magnetic polarizabilities parallel and perpendicular to the long molecular axis, respectively, and Dk ¼ kk À k ? 72) becomes 0 k ? þ Dkax ax B ~ M ¼ N @ Dkay ax Dkaz ax Dkax ay k ? þ Dkay ay Dkax az Dkay az Dkaz ay k ? 73) where ai ði ¼ x; y; zÞ are the projections of ~ a in the x, y, and z directions in the lab frame whose z axis is parallel to the liquid crystal director: az ¼ cosy, ax ¼ sin y cos f, and ay ¼ sin y sin f.
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