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Theoretical model of photoinduced anisotropy in liquid-crystalline azobenzene side-chain polyesters

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  • A Theoretical Framework For The Temporal Behavior Of Photoinduced Anisotropy In Liquid-Crystalline A
  • The Domain Structure Of The Material Is Taken Into Account And Inter Molecular Interactions Are Incl
  • Photoinduced Trans Cis Isomerization Is Taken As The Dominating Source Of Chromophore Reorientation
  • And It Is Demonstrated How This Mechanism In Conjunction With The Multidomain Picture Is Able To Acc
  • The Photoinduced Birefringence Is Calculated By Means Of A Truncated Basis Method
  • And In Addition The Photostationary Solution Is Obtained
  • Comparison Between Theory And Experiment Shows Excellent Agreement In The Entire Range Of Intensitie

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Theoretical model of photoinduced anisotropy in liquid-crystalline azobenzene side-chain polyesters - DTU Orbit (27/05/14) Theoretical model of photoinduced anisotropy in liquid-crystalline azobenzene side-chain polyesters - DTU Orbit (27/05/14) Theoretical model of photoinduced anisotropy in liquid-crystalline azobenzene side-chain polyesters Pedersen, T. G., Johansen, P. M., Holme, N. C. R., Ramanujam, P. S. & Hvilsted, S. 1998 In : Optical Society of America. Journal B: Optical Physics. 15, 3, p. 1120-1129 Publication: Research - peer-review › Journal article – Annual report year: 1998

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