2 article(s) from Geivandov, Artur R
Electron microscope image of a grating with period p = 350 nm, duty factor w/p = 1/3.
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Schematic layout of the gratings on the sample; the arrow on the left indicates the rubbing directi...
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Photos of the liquid crystal cell under polarized light: (a) , the sample axis (rubbing direction) ...
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The transmittance for the grating with p = 300 nm and w/p = 1/2 versus wavelength (a) and wavenumbe...
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The Fourier transform spectra of the transmittance spectra given in Figure 4b (grating p = 300 nm, w/p = 1/2...
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Fourier transform spectra vs grating geometry.
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Beilstein J. Nanotechnol. 2018, 9, 42–47, doi:10.3762/bjnano.9.6
Experimental LC cell geometry.
Experimentally measured electrooptical response for (a) E7 and (b) ZLI 1957/5 LC cells with chromiu...
Grayscale performance of E7 and ZLI 1957/5 LC cells with chromium electrodes, w/g = 0.5 (p = 6 μm), ...
Measured response times τon (a, c) and τoff (b, d) for E7 (c, d) and ZLI 1957/5 (a, b) LC mixtures ...
Polarized-light microscopy photographs of LC cells with electrode fingers at 45° with respect to th...
a) Top view showing the simulated local transmittance of an E7 LC cell with d = 3 µm and w/g = 0.5 (...
Simulated electrooptical response of an E7 LC cell with transparent electrodes: w/g = 0.5 (p = 6 μm...
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Simulated distribution of the local transmittance of an E7 LC cell with w/g = 2.0 (p = 3 µm) and d ...
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Simulated local transmittance response in an E7 LC cell with w/g = 2.0 µm (p = 3 µm) and d = 4 µm d...
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Relaxation time of an E7 LC layer of thickness d = 3.5 µm as a function of p for different ratios w/...
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Simulated electrooptical response for rectangular pulses of duration Δt = 2, 5, 10 and 15 ms applie...
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Simulated electrooptical response for E7 LC cells with transparent and opaque electrodes (p = 3 µm ...
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Beilstein J. Nanotechnol. 2018, 9, 11–19, doi:10.3762/bjnano.9.2
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