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Polydomain―Monodomain Transition of Randomly Disordered Nematic Elastomers with Different Cross-Linking Histories

Author
URAYAMA, Kenji1 ; KOHMON, Etsuko1 ; KOJIMA, Masahiro1 ; TAKIGAWA, Toshikazu1
[1] Department of Materials Chemistry, Kyoto University Nishikyo-ku, Kyoto 615-8510, Japan
Source

Macromolecules (Print). 2009, Vol 42, Num 12, pp 4084-4089, 6 p ; ref : 22 ref

CODEN
MAMOBX
ISSN
0024-9297
Scientific domain
Polymers, paint and wood industries
Publisher
American Chemical Society, Washington, DC
Publication country
United States
Document type
Article
Language
English
Keyword (fr)
Acrylate élastomère Allongement mécanique Chaîne latérale Cristal nématique Dérivé du biphényle Etat thermotrope Etude expérimentale Histoire thermique Polymère cristal liquide Texture optique Transition phase Transition polydomaine monodomaine
Keyword (en)
Acrylic elastomer Elongation (mechanics) Side chain Nematic crystals Biphenyl derivatives Thermotropic state Experimental study Thermal history Liquid crystal polymers Optical texture Phase transitions
Keyword (es)
Elastómero acrílico Alargamiento (mecánico) Cadena lateral Bifenilo derivado Estado termotropo Estudio experimental Historia térmica Textura óptica Transición fase
Classification
Pascal
001 Exact sciences and technology / 001D Applied sciences / 001D09 Physicochemistry of polymers / 001D09D Organic polymers / 001D09D04 Properties and characterization / 001D09D04C Thermal and thermodynamic properties

Discipline
Physical chemistry of polymers
Origin
Inist-CNRS
Database
PASCAL
INIST identifier
21676954

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