The nematic phase
shows dielectric anisotropy ([DELTA][epsilon] = [[epsilon].
Anomalous thermal behavior of salicylsalicylic acid and evidence for a monotropic transition to a nematic phase
Use of either sulphuric or phosphoric acid yields a chiral nematic phase
, but hydrochloric acid hydrolysis gives a viscous suspension that forms a birefringent, glassy phase after a "post-sulphation" treatment (Araki et al.
de Paris VII) describe theoretical and experimental studies in smectic and columnar liquid crystals for advanced students and researchers, covering such topics as structure of the smectic A phase and the transition toward the nematic phase
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The anisotropic nature of the isotropic-nematic interface and the nematic phase
itself will strongly influence the interfacial dynamics as well as droplet coalescence and breakup.
With the lowest melting temperature, E5E/THPA showed a nematic phase
after melting (Fig.
2]) N102 g, glassy phase, S, smectic phase, N, nematic phase
The sharp peak on (b) or (d) would suggest an ordered structure like a smectic phase since a nematic phase
generally shows small broad peaks like a diffuse scattering halo at higher diffraction angles.
From these diffractograms, it is also important to remark that the crystallization process of PEEK takes place in the presence of the nematic phase
of Vectra[R] The presence of the crystalline reflections of PEEK has been observed over all composition ranges.
Therefore, in the case of SAA, smectic phase instead of nematic phase
is formed from isotropic phase.
It was also assumed that the gas solubility occurred in the boundary regions and that the nematic phase
did not sorb gas at all.