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Anisotropic Organic Materials: Approaches to Polar Order (ACS Symposium)

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Publisher Comments:

This book examines recent progress in the development and application of optical polymers, molecular crystals, crystals in liquids and liquid crystals. The accomplishment of a high macroscopic polarization is a key issue throughout which transcends the design and performance criteria of optical materials. The chapters included in this volume focus on orientation order and the achievement of macroscopic polarizations.

Book News Annotation:

Papers from a symposium at the 218th National Meeting of the American Chemical Society, held in August 1999 in New Orleans, Louisiana, report on recent advances in the development of organic materials for optics. Papers are arranged in sections on characterization of polar materials, organic thin films, molecular materials and crystals, liquid and crystals, and liquid crystals. Specific topics include quantitative measurement of internal molecular electric fields in solids, self-assembly growth of organic thin films and nanostructures by molecular beam deposition, and iodine and organoiodide templates in supramolecular synthesis. Other topics are optical probes of crystal growth mechanisms, applications of organic microcrystals, and design of smectic liquid crystal phases using layer interface clinicity. Glaser teaches chemistry at the University of Missouri-Columbia. Kaszynski teaches chemistry at Vanderbilt University.
Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

Table of Contents

Preface


Characterization of Polar Materials


1. Characterization of NLO-Materials for Photonic Application, S. Grossmann, T. Weyrauch, S. Saal, and W. Haase


2. Quantitative Measurement of Internal Molecular Electric Fields in Solids, Peter Geissinger


Organic Thin Films


3. Self-Assembly Growth of Organic Thin Films and Nanostructures by Molecular Beam Deposition, Chengzhi Cai, Martin Bosch, Christian Bosshard, Bert Mu ller, Ye Tao, Armin Kundig, Jens Weckesser, Johannes V. Barth, Lukas Bu rgi, Olivier Jeandupeux, Michael Kiy, Ivan Biaggio, Illias Liakatas, Klaus Kern and Peter Gunter


4. Unimolecular Rectification between 370 K and 105 K and Spectroscopic Properties of Hexadecylquinolinium Tricyanoquinodimethanide, Robert M. Metzger, Bo Chen, and Jeffrey W. Baldwin


Molecular Materials and Crystals


5. closo Boranes as y Structural Elements for Advanced Anisotropic Materials, Piotr Kaszynski


6. Iodine and Organoiodide Templates in Supramolecular Synthesis, T. W. Hanks, William T. Pennington and Rosa D. Bailey


7. Arene-Arene Double T-Contacts: Lateral Synthons in the Engineering of Highly Anisotropic Organic Molecular Crystals, Michael Lewis, Zhengyu Wu, and Rainer Glaser


8. Relationships Between Molecular Structure, Polarization, and Crystal Packing in 6-Arylfulvenes, Stuart W. Staley, Matthew Lynn Peterson, and Lavinia M. Wingert


9. Optical Properties of Organic Wide Band-Gap Semiconductors under High Pressure, S. Guha, W. Graupner, S. Yang, M. Chandrasekhar, and H. R. Chandrasekhar


10. Optical Probes of Crystal Growth Mechanisms: Intrasectoral Zoning, Richard W. Gurney, Miki Kurimoto, J. Anand Subramony, Loyd D. Bastin, and Bart Kahr


Liquid and Crystals


11: Fabrication of Organic Microcrystals and Their Optical Properties. H. Oikawa, H. Kasai, and H. Nakanishi


12. Some Applications of Organic Microcrystals, H. Oikawa, H. Kasai, and H. Nakanishi


Liquid Crystals


13. Molecular Design of Highly Fluorinated Liquid Crystals, Frederic Guittard and Serge Geribaldi


14. First Nematic Calamitic Liquid Crystals with Negative Birefringence, Volker Reiffenrath and Matthias Bremer


15. Liquid Crystalline Trioxadecalins: The Mesogenic Chirality as Sensor for Molecular Conformation and Orientation, Volkmar Vill, Bruno Bertini, and Denis Sinou


16. Spontaneous Polarization in Ferroelectric Liquid Crystals: Role of the Molecular Architecture and Optical Purity, D. Guillon, M. Z. Cherkaoui, P. Sebastiao, S. Mery, J. F. Nicoud, and Y. Galerne


17. Optical Switching of a Ferroelectric Liquid Crystal Spatial Light Modulator Using Chiral Thioindigo Dopants, Robert P. Lemieux, Liviu Dinescu, and Kenneth E. Maly


18. Order-Disorder and Order-Order Transitions in Smectic C* Liquid Crystalline Diblock Copolymers, Mitchell Anthamatten and Paula T. Hammond


19. Ferroelectric Liquid Crystalline Polymers, R. Shashidhar and J. Naciri


20. Design of Smectic Liquid Crystal Phases Using Layer Interface Clinicity, David M. Walba, Eva Ko rblova, Renfan Shao, Joseph E. Maclennan, Darren R. Link, Matthew A. Glaser, and Noel A. Clark


21. Control of Structure Formation of 1,3,5-Triazines through Intermolecular Hydrogen Bonding and CT-Interactions, D. Janietz, D. Goldmann, C. Schmidt, and J. H. Wendorff


Author Index


Subject Index


Product Details

ISBN:
9780841236899
Subtitle:
Approaches to Polar Order
Author:
Glaser, Rainer
Author:
null, Rainer
Author:
null, Piotr
Author:
Kaszynski, Piotr
Publisher:
American Chemical Society
Location:
Washington, DC
Subject:
Chemistry - Organic
Subject:
Chemistry | Organic Chemistry
Edition Description:
hardcover 9900
Series:
ACS symposium series ;
Series Volume:
No. 798
Publication Date:
20011206
Binding:
Hardback
Grade Level:
College/higher education:
Language:
English
Illustrations:
184 halftones and line illus
Pages:
336
Dimensions:
9.1 x 6.2 x 0.8 in 1.26 lb

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