Polymerization and thermal quench induced phase separation in polymer dispersed nematic liquid crystals: Polymer Solutions, Blends, and Interfaces

Thein Kyu, Mazidah Mustafa, Jen-Chang Yang, Jae Yon Kim, Peter Palffy-Muhoray

研究成果: 書貢獻/報告類型章節

摘要

The results of recent work on polymer dispersed liquid crystals formed by phase separation are presented with emphasis on the dynamics of phase separation. The kinetics of phase separation due to polymerization has been examined on an epoxy and monomeric liquid crystal (E7) system by studying the time evolution of the structure factor. Liquid—liquid phase separation and the isotropic nematic phase transition were explored in a polymer dispersed liquid crystal (PDLC) system of atactic polymethyl methacrylate and E7. A temperature versus composition phase diagram was established by means of cloud point method. The isotropic nematic transition was determined by depolarized light scattering and differential scanning calorimetry. The phase diagram consists three distinct regions: isotropic single phase region, coexisting isotropic liquid—isotropic liquid crystal, and isotropic liquid—nematic liquid crystal region in the order of descending temperature. The system is thermoreversible. Pattern formation in the 60% E7 film has been pursued by optical microscopy. The kinetics of the thermally quenched phase decomposition of the PDLC films were studied by time resolved light scattering. Several temperature quenches were carried out on the 40 % E7 content PDLC from an isotropic state (90 °C) to 25-45 °C. The time evolution of structure factor was analyzed in the context of non—linear theories to elucidate the mechanisms of mesophase transition and phase separation.
原文英語
主出版物標題Studies in Polymer Science
編輯I. Noda and D.N. Rubingh
發行者Elsevier
頁面245-271
頁數27
Volume 11
ISBN(列印)0922-5579
DOIs
出版狀態已發佈 - 1992

指紋

polymerization
liquid crystals
polymers
light scattering
phase diagrams
kinetics
polymethyl methacrylate
temperature
heat measurement
microscopy
decomposition
scanning

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Kyu, T., Mustafa, M., Yang, J-C., Kim, J. Y., & Palffy-Muhoray, P. (1992). Polymerization and thermal quench induced phase separation in polymer dispersed nematic liquid crystals: Polymer Solutions, Blends, and Interfaces. 於 I. N. A. D. N. Rubingh (編輯), Studies in Polymer Science (卷 Volume 11, 頁 245-271). Elsevier. https://doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-444-89397-0.50018-X

Polymerization and thermal quench induced phase separation in polymer dispersed nematic liquid crystals : Polymer Solutions, Blends, and Interfaces. / Kyu, Thein; Mustafa, Mazidah; Yang, Jen-Chang; Kim, Jae Yon; Palffy-Muhoray, Peter.

Studies in Polymer Science. 編輯 / I. Noda and D.N. Rubingh. 卷 Volume 11 Elsevier, 1992. p. 245-271.

研究成果: 書貢獻/報告類型章節

Kyu, T, Mustafa, M, Yang, J-C, Kim, JY & Palffy-Muhoray, P 1992, Polymerization and thermal quench induced phase separation in polymer dispersed nematic liquid crystals: Polymer Solutions, Blends, and Interfaces. 於 INADN Rubingh (編輯), Studies in Polymer Science. 卷 Volume 11, Elsevier, 頁 245-271. https://doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-444-89397-0.50018-X
Kyu T, Mustafa M, Yang J-C, Kim JY, Palffy-Muhoray P. Polymerization and thermal quench induced phase separation in polymer dispersed nematic liquid crystals: Polymer Solutions, Blends, and Interfaces. 於 Rubingh INADN, 編輯, Studies in Polymer Science. 卷 Volume 11. Elsevier. 1992. p. 245-271 https://doi.org/10.1016/B978-0-444-89397-0.50018-X
Kyu, Thein ; Mustafa, Mazidah ; Yang, Jen-Chang ; Kim, Jae Yon ; Palffy-Muhoray, Peter. / Polymerization and thermal quench induced phase separation in polymer dispersed nematic liquid crystals : Polymer Solutions, Blends, and Interfaces. Studies in Polymer Science. 編輯 / I. Noda and D.N. Rubingh. 卷 Volume 11 Elsevier, 1992. 頁 245-271
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