2 article(s) from Danila, Octavian
Molecular director orientation of a liquid crystal with a positive anisotropy in a planar cell expo...
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Molecular director and quantum dot orientation in a planar LC cell subjected to electric field.
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Nematic molecular orientation around an ellipsoidal QD.
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Experimental setup for the dynamic study of the LC + QDs mixture.
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Fréedericksz transition for 5CB and 5CB + QD. Lines are guide to the eyes.
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Dynamic measurement of emergent light intensity: a) for LC sample when the field is on; b)for LC sa...
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Schematic representation of the molecular orientation around a QD a) when the field is switched on ...
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Beilstein J. Nanotechnol. 2018, 9, 399–406, doi:10.3762/bjnano.9.39
Schematic representation of morphology and working principle of the electrospun cellulose network w...
SEM image of deposited electrospun CA fibers.
Polarizing optical microscopy images of the electrospun CA a) without LC and (b) filled with E7.
Dielectric constant and dielectric loss (logarithmic scale) as functions of the temperature for (a)...
Dielectric constant and dielectric loss (logarithmic scale) as functions of the frequency for (a) t...
Relaxation time as a function of the inverse of temperature for the CA/E7 sample.
Active and reactive part of the impedance as functions of the frequency, for (a) the CA cell and fo...
Normalized reactive part of the impedance as a function of the frequency for (a) the CA cell and fo...
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Cole–Cole diagrams for (a) the CA cell at 303 K (black solid squares), 313 K (red solid circles), a...
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Equivalent three-element model circuit, formed by a serial resistance, Rs, a parallel resistance, Rp...
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Optical transmission of the sample CA/E7 as a function of the applied ac electric field.
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Schematic representation of electrospinning cellulose fibers from solution.
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Experimental set-up for the optical transmission measurement.
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Beilstein J. Nanotechnol. 2018, 9, 155–163, doi:10.3762/bjnano.9.18
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