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ОбложкаDonald A.M. Liquid crystalline polymers / A.M.Donald, A.H.Windle, S.Hanna. - 2nd ed. - Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2006. - xiv, 589 p.: ill. - Incl. bibl. ref. - Ind.: p.574-589. - ISBN 978-0-521-58001-4
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Оглавление / Contents
 
 
Preface to first edition ....................................... ix
Preface to second edition .................................... xiii

Part I  Fundamentals ............................................ 1
1  Liquid crystalline polymers: a brief history ................. 3
   1.1  From rigid-rods to main-chain polymers .................. 3
   1.2  The development of side-chain liquid crystalline 
        polymers ................................................ 5
   1.3  New trends: networks and elastomers ..................... 6
   1.4  Theoretical underpinnings ............................... 7
   1.5  A bright future for liquid crystalline polymers ......... 7
2  Terminology and concepts .................................... 11
3  Stability of liquid crystalline polymers .................... 68
   3.1  Introduction ........................................... 68
   3.2  Factors limiting liquid crystallinity in rigid
        rod-like molecules ..................................... 71
   3.3  Control of mesophase stability in main-chain 
        thermotropic liquid crystalline polymers ............... 75
   3.4  Lyotropic rigid-rod polymers ........................... 91
   3.5  Polymers with mesogenic side-chains ................... 101
   3.6  Liquid crystalline polymers with more complex
        molecular architectures ............................... 111
4  Theories of liquid crystallinity in polymers ............... 133
   4.1  Introduction .......................................... 133
   4.2  Steric theory of rod-like liquid crystals ............. 134
   4.3  Virial theories: the Onsager approach ................. 136
   4.4  Flory's lattice model ................................. 148
   4.5  Orientation dependent interactions: the Maier-Saupe
        theory ................................................ 161
   4.6  Theories for main-chain polymers with semi-rigid 
        chains ................................................ 168
   4.7  Theories of side-chain liquid crystalline polymers .... 193
   4.8  Phenomenological theories of phase transitions ........ 200
5  Local order and classification ............................. 229
   5.1  Introduction .......................................... 229
   5.2  Nematic polymers ...................................... 229
   5.3  Cholesteric polymers .................................. 244
   5.4  Smectic polymers ...................................... 255
   5.5  Other aspects of optical texture ...................... 274
   5.6  Crystallisation in liquid crystalline polymers ........ 277
6  Distortions and defects .................................... 292
   6.1  Introduction .......................................... 292
   6.2  Distortions ........................................... 292
   6.3  Disclinations and point singularities: a general 
        introduction .......................................... 304
   6.4  Disclination structure in planar geometry ............. 305
   6.5  Disclinations and point defects in three dimensions ... 315
   6.6  Surface disclinations and walls ....................... 340
   6.7  Defects in smectics and cholesterics .................. 345
   6.8  What is special about polymeric liquid crystals? ...... 351
7  Biological liquid crystalline polymers ..................... 357
   7.1  Introduction .......................................... 357
   7.2  Polyelectrolytes ...................................... 358
   7.3  Helicoids: also known as pseudomorphs ................. 360
   7.4  Lyotropic main-chain polymers ......................... 363
   7.5  Side-chain liquid crystalline polymers ................ 375
   7.6  Concluding remarks .................................... 380
8  Flow and applied fields .................................... 385
   8.1  Introduction .......................................... 385
   8.2  Flow fields in liquid crystalline materials ........... 387
   8.3  The Leslie-Ericksen theory for viscous flow of
        nematics .............................................. 396
   8.4  Miesowicz viscosities ................................. 399
   8.5  The role of texture in liquid crystals subject to 
        shear flow ............................................ 402
   8.6  Shear flow of liquid crystalline polymers ............. 408
   8.7  Mechanical response of liquid crystalline elastomers .. 417
   8.8  Response of liquid crystalline polymers to electric 
        and magnetic fields ................................... 422
   8.9  Instabilities ......................................... 430

Part II  Applications ......................................... 437
9  Processing and applications of structural liquid 
   crystalline polymers ....................................... 439
   9.1  Two perspectives on the application of liquid
        crystalline polymers: an introduction to Chapters 9 
        and 10 ................................................ 439
   9.2  Rheology .............................................. 440
   9.3  Processing and the consequences of flow alignment ..... 457
   9.4  Liquid crystalline polymers as structural materials ... 460
   9.5  Liquid crystalline polymers in blends and composites .. 483
   9.6  Commercial exploitation of structural liquid 
        crystalline polymers .................................. 486
10 Applications of functional liquid crystalline polymers ..... 504
   10.1 Introduction .......................................... 504
   10.2 Liquid crystalline polymers as optoelectronic 
        materials ............................................. 504
   10.3 Liquid crystalline polymers in displays ............... 507
   10.4 Semiconducting liquid crystalline polymers ............ 516
   10.5 Laser writeable devices ............................... 523
   10.6 Non-linear optical applications ....................... 526
   10.7 Sensors and actuators ................................. 540
List of symbols ............................................... 549
Molecule index ................................................ 558
General index ................................................. 574

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