Best Reference Books – Liquid Crystal and Devices

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We have compiled a list of Best Reference Books on Liquid Crystal and Devices Subject. These books are used by students of top universities, institutes and colleges.

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1. “Fundamentals of Liquid Crystal Devices (Wiley Series in Display Technology)” by Deng–Ke Yang and Shin–Tson Wu

“Fundamentals of Liquid Crystal Devices (Wiley Series in Display Technology)” Book Review: This book serves as a beneficial resource for advanced undergraduate and graduate students following display systems courses, who will benefit from its systematic approach. It includes a comprehensive overview of LCDs including liquid crystal physics, electro-optical properties, simulation techniques and display and photonic applications. It explains the link between the fundamental scientific principles behind liquid crystal technology and their application to photonic devices and displays. It explains a thorough understanding of the material aspects of Liquid Crystal Devices. It is updated throughout reflecting the latest technical state-of-the-art in LCD research and development. Each chapter concludes with detailed homework problems which helps to further develop an understanding of the topic.

2. “Liquid Crystal Devices: Physics and Applications (Optoelectronics)” by Vladimir G Chigrinov

“Liquid Crystal Devices: Physics and Applications (Optoelectronics)” Book Review: This book is designed for engineers, physicists, and device designers. It serves as a practical resource, helping readers to select more accurate liquid crystal (LC) mixtures for various applications and design better performing liquid crystal devices (LCD)s in less time. It provides practical knowledge needed to optimize LC cell geometry, select proper display configurations, and develop non-display applications such as optical data processing systems and surface defect detectors.The book also examines the basic macroscopic properties of liquid crystals and their applications characteristics.

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3. “Alignment Technology and Applications of Liquid Crystal Devices (Liquid Crystals Book Series)” by Kohki Takatoh and Masanori Sakamoto

“Alignment Technology and Applications of Liquid Crystal Devices (Liquid Crystals Book Series)” Book Review: This book is suitable for researchers and engineers working in the LCD industry, and for physics and chemistry researchers studying liquid crystalline materials. The book demonstrates both the fundamental and practical aspects of alignment phenomena in liquid crystals. It covers topics ranging from rubbing technologies dealing in mechanisms and applications, methods for the characterization of surfaces, which induce the alignment phenomena, It also provides practical knowledge on the alignment methods used in the LCD production lines along with various other trials for the alignment technologies. LCD performances are also discussed in relation to alignment phenomena. The methods discussed in this book are useful for the research of liquid crystalline materials and devices in academic research as well as in industry.

4. “The Physics and Chemistry of Liquid Crystal Devices (The IBM Research Symposia Series)” by Gerald J. Sprokel

“The Physics and Chemistry of Liquid Crystal Devices (The IBM Research Symposia Series)” Book Review: This book is a result of a research conducted by over 100 scientists who met at the IBM Research Laboratory in San Jose, california for a symposium on the Physics and Chemistry of Liquid Crystal Devices. The two-day meeting was intellectually stimulating with excellent oral presentations and with person-to-person discussions. It explains about applications of liquid crystals and how graphitic fibers or other physical forms of graphitic materials can be used as catalytic surfaces for chemical synthesis.It provides knowledge on how the television screens,watches and calculators can use liquid crystals for color displays.This book is suitable for for researchers and engineers working in the LCD industry, and for physics and chemistry researchers studying liquid crystalline materials.

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5. “Liquid-Crystal Devices and Materials: 25-27 February 1991 San Jose, California (Proceedings of Spie)” by Paul S Drzaic and Uzi Efron
6. “Fundamentals of Liquid Crystal Devices (Wiley Series in Display Technology)” by Shin–Tson Wu and Deng–Ke Yang
7. “Liquid Crystals Materials and Devices: Volume 559 (MRS Proceedings)” by Timothy J Bunning and Liang-Chy Chien

“Liquid Crystals Materials and Devices: Volume 559 (MRS Proceedings)” Book Review: This book focuses on several large areas of research including polymer-dispersed liquid crystal technology and twisted smectic materials and applications, as well as nontraditional LC materials and applications. It features various aspects of liquid crystal composite technology and also brings to notice three different approaches for employing holography with liquid crystal materials. The differences between a molecule and a phase are explored in this book. It covers topics such as adaptive optics, real-time holography and fiber-to-fiber interconnects and also discusses the glass-forming liquid crystalline films and their ability and utility to polarize. It is suitable for researchers and engineering students in the field of physics and chemistry.

8. “Liquid Crystal Materials, Devices, and Displays: 9-10 February 1995, San Jose, California” by Ranganathan Shashidhar and Uzi Efron
9. “Liquid Crystal Elastomers: Materials and Applications (Advances in Polymer Science)” by Wim H de Jeu
10. “Introduction to Liquid Crystals” by E Priestly

“Introduction to Liquid Crystals” Book Review: This book is designed for engineers, physicists, and device designers. It explains about the existence of liquid crystals and their unique optical, electrical, electro-optic, and thermal properties that have been exploited to a significant extent in such technological applications as digital displays and thermography. It also explains about the molecular theory of nematic and smectic-A Liquid Crystals.In view of the widespread interest in liquid crystals at RCA Laboratories, an in-house weekly seminar devoted to the subject of liquid crystals was organized in the fall of 1973. The resulting lectures were subsequently published in three issues of the RCA Review and, with the incorporation of much additional material, eventually grew into the present volume.

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People who are searching for Free downloads of books and free pdf copies of these books – “Fundamentals of Liquid Crystal Devices (Wiley Series in Display Technology)” by Deng–Ke Yang and Shin–Tson Wu, “Liquid Crystal Devices: Physics and Applications (Optoelectronics)” by Vladimir G Chigrinov, “Alignment Technology and Applications of Liquid Crystal Devices (Liquid Crystals Book Series)” by Kohki Takatoh and Masanori Sakamoto, “The Physics and Chemistry of Liquid Crystal Devices (The IBM Research Symposia Series)” by Gerald J Sprokel, “Liquid-Crystal Devices and Materials: 25-27 February 1991 San Jose, California (Proceedings of Spie)” by Paul S Drzaic and Uzi Efron, “Fundamentals of Liquid Crystal Devices (Wiley Series in Display Technology)” by Shin–Tson Wu and Deng–Ke Yang, “Liquid Crystals Materials and Devices: Volume 559 (MRS Proceedings)” by Timothy J Bunning and Liang-Chy Chien, “Liquid Crystal Materials, Devices, and Displays: 9-10 February 1995, San Jose, California” by Ranganathan Shashidhar and Uzi Efron, “Liquid Crystal Elastomers: Materials and Applications (Advances in Polymer Science)” by Wim H de Jeu, “Introduction to Liquid Crystals” by E Priestly – we would like to mention that we don’t have free downloadable pdf copies of these good books and one should look for free pdf copies from these Authors only if they have explicitly made it free to download and read them.

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