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Emerging Trend from Nano-polar Polymer

B. Goswami


This review is a description of nano-ionic forms in host liquid crystal. Well dispersed nano-polar inclusive in this article to subject emerging issued forms to scavenge contaminated ions. Nano-particles afford from Pd, Ag, Ag-Pd, nano-MgO, ZnO-doped Cu and nano-polymers added to form nano-suspension of nematic liquid crystal polymer. Studied fame has been linked to disorganization by dielectric anisotropy for director reorientation under electric field. Electron channel perspective has scripted to study differentiated optimism.


Fluid, Nano-particle, Nematic, Liquid crystal, Dopant

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