Oriented Liquid Crystalline Network Polymers View Full Text


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DATE

1992

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B. A. Rozenberg , L. L. Gur’eva

ABSTRACT

Liquid crystalline network polymers (LCNP’s) were discovered about 20 years ago [1–3], simultaneously with liquid crystalline polymers of linear type (LCP’s). Nevertheless, we can state now that LCP’s have been studied considerably better than LCNP’s. The results of these investigations are documented in numerous books and reviews [3’10]. Formation of highly oriented, macroscopically uniform LCP’s under influence of external mechanical, electric or magnetic fields and fixation of chain orientation at cooling of polymers below glass transition temperature allows one to obtain films, fibers or molded plastics with high degree of anisotropy of physical characteristics and outstanding mechanical properties, thermal and chemical stability. LCP’s also exhibit interesting optical properties revealed under the action of electric or magnetic fields. These properties are perspective for the development of new type of materials for recording, displaying and storing information [8,11]. So, if the usefulness and opportunities of LCP’s application now is understood quite well, the revealing of LCNP’s potentials are only in a progress. More... »

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147-164

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Synthesis, Characterization, and Theory of Polymeric Networks and Gels

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978-1-4613-6314-9
978-1-4615-3016-9

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