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Akiyama, Ryuichi

Similar Names

Akiyama, R.

Co-authors

Abe, Shigeharu;   Chino, Masashi;   Endo, Yukio;   Fukuda, Atsuo;   Funai, Eiji;   Goto, Nobuyuki;   Hasegawa, Masaki;   Hayashi, Hitoshi;   Hosoyama, Kouhei;   Inoue, Kai;   Kasajima, Yasushi;   Kato, Takashi;   Kitano, Kanji;   Kondo, Katsumi;   Kubono, Atsushi;   Kutsumizu, Shoichi;   Kuze, Eichi;   Kuze, Eiichi;   Kyokane, Yozo;   Masuko, Toru;   Morina, Takatoshi;   Murooka, Hirofumi;   Ninomiya, Toshiro;   Oiwa, Yasutaka;   Onoda, Hidetoshi;   Saito, Yukihiko;   Sakurai, Shinichi;   Suenaga, Hitoshi;   Takada, Keigo;   Takano, Masayuki;   Tanabe, Yuichiro;   Tanaka, Katsufumi;   Tasaka, Shigeru;   Tomida, Komei;   Tomida, Koumei;   Yamada, Makoto;   Yamaguchi, Takanari;   Yonetake, Koichiro;   Yoshino, Kazuki

Publication Titles

1980: Dependence of Rayleigh line intensity on scattering angle in aligned nematic liquid crystals
1981: Experimental confirmation of characteristic angular dependence at low intensity levels in Rayleigh scattering from monodomain nematics
1981: Introduction to liquid crystals
1982: Determination of tilt bias angles in nematic liquid crystal cells by observing angular dependence of Rayleigh line intensity
1983: Homodyne and Heterodyne Problems in Measuring Spectral Width of Polarized Rayleigh Line Scattered by Nematic Liquid Crystals
1986: Experimental confirmation of angular dependence of Rayleigh line spectral width in nematic liquid crystals
1996: Electro-Rheological Response of Anisotropic Solution of Poly(hexyl isocyanate) Measured by Parallel Plates Sliding Rheometer
1997: Electrorheological effect of anisotropic solution of poly(.gamma.-benzyl-L-glutamate) induced by stepwise electric fields
1997: Mole fraction dependence of physical properties for a binary cyanobiphenyl liquid crystal system
1998: Shear thinning and electro-rheological effect for neat liquid crystalline polysiloxane in the vicinity of isotropic- liquid crystalline phase transition
2001: Effects of cell parameters on the properties of hybrid twisted nematic displays
2001: Electro-optical response of hybrid twisted nematic liquid crystal displays
2002: Liquid Crystalline Alignments on Polar Surfaces Covered with Amino and Hydroxyl Groups
2002: Orientational Mechanism for Long-Chain Organic Molecules During Physical Vapor Deposition
2002: Visco-elastic properties of reentrant nematic liquid crystalline mixtures
2003: Electric Field-Induced Cubic Phase in 4'-n-Docosyloxy-3'-nitrobiphenyl-4-carboxylic Acid
2003: Structural Evolution During and After Cessation of the Shear Flow for a Side-Chain-Type Liquid Crystalline Polysiloxane Above the Isotropic-Liquid Crystalline Phase Transition Temperature
2004: Electro-rheological behavior of hydrogen-bonded liquid crystalline 4'-n-docosyloxy-3'-nitrobiphenyl-4-carboxylic acid (ANBC-22) under sinusoidal electric field
2006: Viscoelastic Analysis in the Formation of Organic Thin Films
2007: Concentration dependences of dielectric properties at 10{\super 5} Hz and 10{\super 6} Hz for aqueous solutions of hydroxypropyl cellulose
2008: Electro-optical properties of liquid crystal-polyacrylonitrile fibre composites
2008: In-situ monitoring of a film preparation process for hydroxypropyl cellulose cast from isotropic aqueous solution using microdielectrometry
2008: Microdielectrometric monitoring of film preparation process with oriented domains for hydroxypropyl cellulose cast from isotropic aqueous solution under the sinusoidal electric field with large amplitude
2008: Wide Viewing Angle of Rubbing-Free Hybrid Twisted Nematic Liquid Crystal Displays
2009: Smectic C to Cubic Phase Transition of 4'-n-Docosyloxy-3'-nitrobiphenyl-4-carboxylic Acid (ANBC-22) and Alternating-Current Electric Field Effect

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