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Polymer-Stabilized Reflective Cholesteric Displays: Effects of Chiral Polymer Networks on Reflectance Properties

Dyer, Daniel J. and Schröder, U. Paul and Chan, K.-Pong and Twieg, Robert J. (1997) Polymer-Stabilized Reflective Cholesteric Displays: Effects of Chiral Polymer Networks on Reflectance Properties. Chemistry of Materials, 9 (7). pp. 1665-1669. ISSN 0897-4756. https://resolver.caltech.edu/CaltechAUTHORS:20171120-155222568

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Abstract

A white reflecting polymer-stabilized cholesteric textured liquid-crystal cell was created by incorporation of chiral methacrylate polymer networks. The position and stereochemical configuration of the chiral centers plays an integral role in the observed reflection spectra. Chiral polymer networks with chiral centers separated from the polymer backbone and that unwind the cholesteric helix pitch produce the broadest reflection band in these LC mixtures.


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Additional Information:© 1997 American Chemical Society. Received February 4, 1997. Publication Date (Web): July 16, 1997. The authors wish to thank A. C. Lowe and J. Gordon of IBM for an insightful discussion of the results. This work was supported by the National Science Foundation Materials Research Science and Engineering Center on Polymer Interfaces and Macromolecular Assemblies under the cooperative agreement No. NSF-DMR 9400354.
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Official Citation:Polymer-Stabilized Reflective Cholesteric Displays:  Effects of Chiral Polymer Networks on Reflectance Properties. Daniel J. Dyer, U. Paul Schröder, K.-Pong Chan, and Robert J. Twieg. Chemistry of Materials 1997 9 (7), 1665-1669. DOI: 10.1021/cm970070d
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