Index Name

Walba, David M.

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Walba, D.M.

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Walba, David

Co-authors

Andersson, G.;   Arnett, K.E.;   Arnett, Kenneth E.;   Bahr, Christian;   Bardon, S.;   Beale, Paul D.;   Bellini, T.;   Betterton, K.;   Bowman, Christopher N.;   Boyer, C.;   Boyer, Cecile;   Brunet, M.;   Brunet, Monique;   Buivydas, M.;   Chambers, M.;   Chang, Catherine;   Chang, Catherine H.;   Chattham, N.;   Chattham, Nattaporn;   Chen, D.;   Chen, X.-H.;   Chen, Xin-Hua;   Chien, L.-C.;   Chow, B.C.;   Clark, Noel;   Clark, Noel A.;   Coates, D.;   Cobben, P.L.;   Cobben, Peter;   Cobben, Peter L.;   Coleman, D.;   Coleman, D.A.;   Coleman, David;   Coleman, David A.;   Coleman, David N.;   Crandall, Charles M.;   Dahl, I.;   Dalton, Larry;   Dantlgraber, G.;   Day, G.W.;   Doroski, David;   Dougan, Lisa A.;   Douglas, K.;   Drewes, Joel A.;   Dyer, D.J.;   Dyer, Daniel J.;   Eidman, Kirk F.;   Eshdat, L.;   Eshdat, Lior;   Etxebarria, Jesus;   Fang, Guanjiu;   Farrow, M.;   Farrow, M.J.;   Farrow, Matthew;   Farrow, Matthew J.;   Fernsler, J.;   Fernsler, Jonathan G.;   Freeman, A.S.;   Fung, B.M.;   Furtak, T.E.;   Furtak, Thomas E.;   Garcia, Edgardo;   Geelhaar, Thomas;   Gießelmann, Frank;   Ginzburg, Valeriy V.;   Glaser, Matthew A.;   Gouda, F.;   Grubbs, Robert H.;   Guymon, C. Allan;   Haltiwanger, R. Curtis;   Handschy, Mark A.;   Heberling, M.S.;   Heppke, Gerd;   Hide, F.;   Hillmyer, Marc;   Hoggan, Erik N.;   Horiuchi, Akiko;   Hough, L.;   Hough, L.E.;   Huang, C.C.;   Huang, Cheng-Cher;   Jang, W.G.;   Jang, Won-Gun;   Johnson, Kristina M.;   Jones, C.D.;   Jones, Chris;   Jones, Christopher D.;   Jung, H.T.;   Kane, Alexander;   Kane, Alexander A.;   Kapernaum, Nadia;   Katz, Thomas J.;   Keller, P.;   Keller, Patrick;   Keller, Patrick J.;   Keyes, Michael P.;   Klittnick, A.F.;   Komitov, Lachezar;   Korblova, Eva;   Kornfield, Julia A.;   Krüerke, Daniel;   Körblova, E.;   Körblova, Eva;   Lagerwall, J.P.F.;   Lagerwall, Jan P.F.;   Lagerwall, S.T.;   Lagerwall, Sven T.;   Lanham, Kenneth;   Lanham, Kenneth W.;   Li, Zhong;   Liberko, C.A.;   Liberko, Charles A.;   Link, D.R.;   Link, Darren;   Link, Darren R.;   Littwitz, Brigitte;   Liu, H.Y.;   Liu, J.Y.;   Liu, Jian-Yu;   Maclennan, J.E.;   Maclennan, Joseph E.;   Madhusudana, N.V.;   Malzbender, Rainer;   Marder, Seth R.;   Martens, Penny J.;   Matuszczyk, M.;   Min, T.;   Mondain-Monval, O.;   Mondainn-Monval, O.;   Moray, Kundalika M.;   More, K.;   More, Kundalika;   More, Kundalika M.;   Mueller, D.;   Muller, David;   Müller, U.;   Müller, Uwe;   Nakata, M.;   Nakata, Michi;   Natale, G.;   Natale, Giorgio;   Navailles, L.;   Niessink-Trotter, J.;   Nito, K.;   Nuckolls, Colin;   Ober, Christopher K.;   Ortega, Josu;   Osipov, Mikhail A.;   Otterholm, Bengt;   Otón, José M.;   Palffy-Muhoray, Peter;   Pang, Jinzhong;   Park, C.S.;   Parks, D.C.;   Parks, Daniel C.;   Parmar, D.S.;   Parmar, Devendra S.;   Pelzl, G.;   Perry, Joseph W.;   Rabe, J.P.;   Radcliffe, Marc D.;   Rappaport, A.G.;   Rappaport, Aaron G.;   Razavi, Homaune A.;   Rego, J.A.;   Rego, J.R.;   Rego, James A.;   Richardson, Jacqueline M.;   Rieker, Thomas P.;   Robinson, Michael G.;   Ros, M. Blanca;   Rudquist, P.;   Rudquist, Per;   Saipa, Alexander;   Schwartz, D.K.;   Shao, R.;   Shao, R.-F.;   Shao, Ren-Fan;   Shen, Yongqian;   Shoemaker, R.K.;   Shoemaker, Richard;   Shoemaker, Richard K.;   Sierra, T.;   Sierra, Teresa;   Skarp, Kent;   Slater, Stacey C.;   Snustad, Daniel C.;   Spannuth, M.;   Stebler, B.;   Stevens, F.;   Stevens, Forrest;   Stocker, W.;   Supon, Frank;   Takanishi, Y.;   Takezoe, H.;   Thomas, B.N.;   Thomas, Britt N.;   Thomas, Ned;   Thurmes, W.N.;   Thurmes, William N.;   Tschierske, Carsten;   Twieg, R.J.;   Velsco, S.P.;   Velsco, Stephan P.;   Velsko, Stephan P.;   Vohra, R.;   Vohra, R.T.;   Vohra, Rohini;   Vohra, Rohini T.;   Wand, M.D.;   Wand, Michael D.;   Wand, Micheal D.;   Wang, Lixing;   Watanabe, J.;   Weissflog, W.;   Williams, P.A.;   Williams, Paul A.;   Williams, S.D.;   Wu, Shin-Tson;   Xiao, Lei;   Xue, Jiu-Zhi;   Yang, Hong;   Yasuda, A.;   Yi, Y.W.;   Yi, Youngwoo;   Zasadzinski, J.;   Zasadzinski, Joseph A.;   Zhu, Chenhui;   Zummach, Dana A.

Publication Titles

1985: Ferroelectric smectic liquid crystals
1986: Design and synthesis of a new ferroelectric liquid crystal family. Liquid crystals containing a nonracemic 2-alkoxy-1-propoxy unit
1986: Design and synthesis of new ferroelectric liquid crystals. 2. Liquid crystals containing a nonracemic 2,3-epoxy alcohol unit
1987: Liquid-crystal compounds for ferroelectric mixtures useful in display devices containing same
1987: Synthesis of new ferroelectric smectic liquid crystal materials possessing phenylbenzoate or biphenyl core units and (2,3)-epoxyalkyloxiranemethanol chiral tails
1988: Design and synthesis of new ferroelectric liquid crystals. 5. Properties of some chiral fluorinated FLCs: a direct connection between macroscopic properties and absolute configuration in a fluid phase
1988: Model for the molecular origins of the polarization in ferroelectric liquid crystals
1988: Molecular design of ferroelectric liquid crystals
1988: Phenylbenzoate 1-cyanoalkoxy liquid-crystal compounds
1989: A novel application of the molecular recognition paradigm: design of ferroelectric liquid crystals
1989: Design and synthesis of new ferroelectric liquid crystals. 9. An approach to creation of organic polymer thin films with controlled, stable polar orientation of functional groups
1989: Effect of the transverse dipole moment on the smectic-A–smectic-C (or –chiral-smectic-C) transition
1989: Ferroelectric liquid crystals. 6. Synthesis of nonracemic aryl cyanohydrin ethers
1989: Ferroelectric liquid-crystal compounds and compositions
1989: Novel Liquid-Crystal Phase-Transition Behavior at the Chiral Nematic-Smectic-A-Smectic-C Point
1989: Novel liquid-crystal phase-transition behavior at the chiral nematic–smectic-A–smectic-C point
1990: Physical properties and alignment of a polymer-monomer ferroelectric liquid crystal mixture
1991: An approach to the design of ferroelectric liquid crystals with large second order electronic nonlinear optical susceptibility
1991: Chiral nonracemic compounds for high-tilt ferroelectric liquid-crystal compositions
1991: Design and synthesis of ferroelectric liquid crystals. 15. FLC materials for nonlinear optics applications
1991: Design and synthesis of new ferroelectric liquid crystals. 14. An approach to the stereocontrolled synthesis of polar organic thin films for nonlinear optical applications
1991: Evolution of the boulder model for the molecular origins of the polarization in ferroelectric liquid crystals
1991: Ferroelectric chiral nonracemic liquid-crystal compounds
1991: Ferroelectric liquid crystals designed for electronic nonlinear optical applications
1991: Ferroelectric liquid crystals. A unique state of matter
1991: Large electroclinic effect in new liquid crystal material
1991: Liquid crystals with a chiral core: cyclohexene carboxylates
1991: Properties of a series of phenylpyrimidine ferroelectric liquid crystals possessing the 2,3-difluoroalkoxy tail
1991: Smectic A* materials with 11.25 degrees induced tilt angle for full gray scale generation
1991: Synthesis and characterization of a series of high polarization difluorinated ferroelectric liquid crystal dopants
1991: Synthesis, spectra, and ferroelectric properties of a series of dihalogenated dopants
1991: The measurement of second-harmonic generation in novel ferroelectric liquid crystal materials
1991: Third International Ferroelectric Liquid Crystal Conference (FLC 91) University of Colorado, Boulder, Colorado, USA, June 24–28 1991
1991: Use of the Boulder model for the design of high-polarization fluorinated ferroelectric liquid crystals
1991: Use of the Boulder model to predict coupling between dipoles in the core and chiral tail of fluorinated ferroelectric liquid crystals
1992: Electronic Nonlinear Optics in Ferroelectric Liquid Crystals
1992: Fast-switching polysiloxane ferroelectric liquid crystals
1992: Ferroelectric liquid crystals with nicotinic acid cores
1992: New Ferroelectric Liquid Crystal Epoxides with Two Chiral Tails
1992: Observation of an Inter-Row Disorder in Liquid Crystals on HOPG by Scanning Tunneling Microscopy
1992: Studies on ferroelectric liquid crystal tolan derivatives designed for nonlinear optical applications
1993: 4th Int. Conf. Ferroelectric Liq. Cryst., Tokyo
1993: Chiral nonracemic liquid-crystal compounds for ferroelectric compositions
1993: Design and synthesis of ferroelectric liquid crystals. 17. Synthesis of ferroelectric liquid crystal oligomer glasses for second order nonlinear optics
1993: Electric field induced transitions from TGB{\sub A} and TGB{\sub C} to smectic A and C states
1993: Ferroelectric liquid-crystal compounds containing chiral haloalkoxy tail units
1993: Ferroelectric properties of a series of core-fluorinated dopants containing the 2,3-difluoroalkoxy tail
1993: High performance electroclinic materials
1993: Scanning Tunneling Microscopy of Coexisting 2D Crystalline and 1D Stacking-Disordered Phases at the Chiral-Liquid-Crystal-Graphite Interface
1993: Scanning tunneling microscopy of coexisting 2D crystalline and 1D stacking-disordered phases at the chiral-liquid-crystal-graphite interface
1993: Stereocontrolled synthesis of polar polymers for second order nonlinear optics using the ferroelectric liquid crystal self assembly
1993: Studies of the higher order smectic phase of the large electroclinic effect material W317
1994: Atomic-detail simulation studies of tilted smectics
1994: Harmonic generation in ferroelectric liquid crystals: phase matching loci
1994: Improvement of Thermotropic Liquid Crystallinity by Incorporation of Unsaturated Fatty Alcohol Tail Units
1994: Theory of chiral-racemic mixtures near the Smectic C-Smectic A transition point: dependence of spontaneous polarization and transition temperature on enantiometric excess
1995: Atomic-detail simulation studies of smectic liquid crystals
1995: Computer-aided design of ferroelectric liquid crystals
1995: Design and Synthesis of Ferroelectric Liquid Crystals for Nonlinear Optical Applications
1995: Dynamic polarized infrared spectroscopy of electric field-induced molecular reorientation in a chiral smectic-A liquid crystal
1995: Ferroelectric liquid crystals for nonlinear optics: can we really do it?
1995: Near-atomic resolution imaging of ferroelectric liquid crystal molecules on graphite by STM
1995: New ferroelectric liquid crystal polymers for nonlinear optics applications
1995: Phase behavior and electro-optic characteristics of a polymer stabilized ferroelectric liquid crystal
1995: Technique for measuring electronic-based electro-optic coefficients of ferroelectric liquid crystals
1995: The first high polarization ferroelectric main chain liquid crystalline polymers
1995: X-ray observation of electroclinic layer constriction and rearrangement in a chiral smectic-A liquid crystal
1996: 16th Int. Liq. Cryst. Conf., Kent
1996: Design and synthesis of ferroelectric liquid crystals. 22. Side-by side dimers for nonlinear optics
1996: Design and synthesis of ferroelectric liquid crystals. 25. An approach to new materials for ultra-fast electronic electro-optic modulators
1996: Detecting Molecular Chirality by Scanning Tunneling Microscopy
1996: Direct Observation of Enantiomorphous Monolayer Crystals from Enantiomers by Scanning Tunneling Microscopy
1996: Domain formation and annealing in an adsorbed liquid crystal monolayer observed by scanning tunneling microscopy
1996: Ferroelectric Liquid Crystals for Nonlinear Optics: Orientation of the Disperse Red 1 Chromophore along the Ferroelectric Liquid Crystal Polar Axis
1996: Ferroelectric liquid crystals for second order nonlinear optics
1996: Formation of Two-Dimensional Mixed Crystals on Graphite Observed by Scanning Tunneling Microscopy
1996: Imaging chiral molecules by scanning tunneling microscopy
1996: Main-Chain Ferroelectric Liquid Crystal Oligomers by Acyclic Diene Metathesis Polymerization.
1996: Scanning Tunneling Microscopy Images of a Novel Dimeric Liquid Crystal on Graphite
1997: Dynamics of vacancy defects in 2-D crystalline monolayers under chiral smectic thin films studied by scanning tunneling microscopy
1997: Effects of Monomer Structure on Their Organization and Polymerization in a Smectic Liquid Crystal
1997: Ferroelectric Liquid Crystals for Nonlinear Optics Applications
1997: Quantum chemistry based force fields for soft matter
1997: Self-assembled monolayers for liquid crystal alignment
1997: Spontaneous Formation of Macroscopic Chiral Domains in a Fluid Smectic Phase of Achiral Molecules
1998: 17th Int. Liq. Cryst. Conf., Strasbourg
1998: 5th Int. Display Workshop (IDW'98), Kobe
1998: Negative birefringence ferroelectric liquid crystals
1998: Polymerization Conditions and Electrooptic Properties of Polymer-Stabilized Ferroelectric Liquid Crystals
1999: Antiferroelectric liquid crystals from achiral molecules and a liquid conglomerate
1999: Ferroelectric liquid crystals for second order nonlinear optics
1999: Ferroelectric smectic liquid crystals in the bent-core family: alignment for V-shaped analog switching
1999: HFF: a force field for liquid crystal molecules
1999: Polar electro-optic switching in droplets of an achiral nematic liquid crystal
1999: The case of thresholdless antiferroelectricity: polarization-stabilized twisted SmC* liquid crystals give V-shaped electro-optic response
1999: V-shaped switching in ferroelectric liquid crystals
2000: A Ferroelectric Liquid Crystal Conglomerate Composed of Racemic Molecules
2000: Supermolecular stereochemistry in ferroelectric liquid crystals
2000: The hysteretic behavior of "V-shaped switching" smectic materials
2001: A bow-phase mesogen showing strong, robust analog electro-optics
2001: Biaxial model of the surface anchoring of bent-core smectic liquid crystals
2001: Design of Smectic Liquid Crystal Phases Using Layer Interface Clinicity
2001: Giant surface electroclinic effect in a chiral smectic A liquid crystal
2002: A General Polar Smectic C Banana Phase
2002: Biaxial Model of the Surface Anchoring of Bent-Core Smectic Liquid Crystals
2002: Electro-Optic Switching by Helicene Liquid Crystals
2002: Electro-optic characteristics of de Vries tilted smectic liquid crystals: Analog behavior in the smectic A* and smectic C* phases
2002: Liquid Crystal Alignment by Photo-Buffing Azo-Sams
2002: Mean field theory-based calculation of FLC polarization
2002: New liquid crystal materials enabling revolutionary display devices
2002: Observation of Smectic Layers Lacking Point Group Symmetry
2002: Reentrant Optically Isotropic Translationally Disordered Phase in an Azobenzene Smectic Liquid Crystal
2002: Smectic liquid crystal alignment using mechanically rubbed n-octadecylsiloxane self-assembled monolayers
2002: The Novel TGB Structure of W376
2003: Control of Molecular Orientation in Electrostatically Stabilized Ferroelectric Liquid Crystals
2003: Photoinduced anisotropy of second-harmonic generation from azobenzene-modified alkylsiloxane monolayers
2003: Polarization-Modulated Smectic Liquid Crystal Phases
2003: Second-harmonic generation from rubbed ferroelectric liquid crystal mesogenic monolayer surfaces
2004: A Chameleon Chiral Polar Liquid Crystal: Rod-Shaped When Nematic, Bent-Shaped When Smectic
2004: Chirality Detection with FLCs-a Comment
2004: Field control of the surface electroclinic effect in chiral smectic-A liquid crystals
2004: Field-Control of the Surface Electroclinic Effect in Chiral Smectic-A Liquid Crystals
2004: Main-Chain Ferroelectric Liquid Crystal Polymers for Electronic Nonlinear Optics Applications [1]
2004: Polarity-directed analog electro-optic switching in a low-polarization chiral smectic liquid crystal with positive dielectric anisotropy
2004: Self-assembled monolayers for liquid crystal alignment: simple preparation on glass using alkyltrialkoxysilanes
2005: Director Structures in Achiral Smectic C Liquid Crystal Cells: Field Induced Twist Domain Nucleation
2005: Ferroelectric Liquid crystal devices using materials with a de Vries smectic a phase
2005: Giant-block twist grain boundary smectic phases
2005: On the Nature of the B4 Banana Phase: Crystal or Not a Crystal?
2006: Director structures in achiral smectic C liquid crystal cells: field-induced twist domain nucleation
2006: Main-Chain Chiral Smectic Polymers Showing a Large Electroclinic Effect in the SmA* Phase
2006: Reflection Symmetry Breaking in Achiral Rod-Shaped Smectic Liquid Crystals?
2006: The intrinsic photoferroelectric effect in the smectic C* phase of a chiral azobenzene
2006: The peculiar optic, dielectric and X-ray diffraction properties of a fluorinated de Vries asymmetric diffuse cone-model ferroelectric liquid crystal
2007: A general method for measurement of enantiomeric excess by using electrooptics in ferroelectric liquid crystals
2007: Electric-field-driven deracemization
2009: Chiral Isotropic Liquids from Achiral Molecules
2009: Helical Nanofilament Phases
2009: High-Sensitivity Aminoazobenzene Chemisorbed Monolayers for Photoalignment of Liquid Crystals
2009: On the Origin of the "Giant" Electroclinic Effect in a "De Vries"-Type Ferroelectric Liquid Crystal Material for Chirality Sensing Applications
2009: de Gennes' triclinic smectics - not so far-fetched after all
2010: Synthesis and physical properties of a main-chain chiral smectic thiol-ene oligomer
2010: Triclinic Fluid Order

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