Forced Rayleigh scattering studies of tracer diffusion in a nematic liquid crystal: The relevance of complementary gratings
- Author(s): Spiegel, DR
- Thompson, AL
- Campbell, WC
- et al.
Published Web Locationhttps://doi.org/10.1063/1.1342036
New FRS studies were carried out using the complementary grating model. Data obtained at higher sensitivity confirm the non-Arrhenius behavior reported previously for MR in nematic 5CB. The results highlight the importance of accounting for complementary gratings effects for accurate FRS measurements in liquid-crystal systems.
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