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Homeotropical-aligned liquid crystal microlens properties

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A. Gwozdarev, G. E. Newskaja

Novosibirsk State Technical Univ. (Russia)

Proc. SPIE 2731, International Liquid Crystal Workshop on Surface Phenomena, 214 (January 19, 1996); doi:10.1117/12.230664
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  • International Liquid Crystal Workshop on Surface Phenomena
  • Evgenij Rumtsev; Maxim G. Tomilin
  • St. Petersburg, Russia | June 21, 1995

abstract

Effects of orientation in nematic liquid crystal (LC) at non-uniform electric field can be used to create new optical devices. A non-uniform field causes a deformation of nematic director and a radial symmetrical distribution of a refractive index is obtained. This LC-cell possesses the lens properties. The optical properties of LC-microlens with homeotropical alignment of nematic have been researched. The diverging property has been obtained in this structure. The LC-microlens focal length--voltage dependence has been investigated.

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A. Gwozdarev and G. E. Newskaja
"Homeotropical-aligned liquid crystal microlens properties", Proc. SPIE 2731, International Liquid Crystal Workshop on Surface Phenomena, 214 (January 19, 1996); doi:10.1117/12.230664; http://dx.doi.org/10.1117/12.230664


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