Index Name

Wand, Michael D.

Similar Names

Wand, M.D.;   Wand, Michael;   Wand, Micheal D.

Co-authors

Arnett, Kenneth E.;   Boulton, Christopher J.;   Buncel, Erwin;   Clark, Noel A.;   Crandall, Charles M.;   Dyer, Daniel J.;   Eidman, Kirk F.;   Escher, Claus;   Finden, Jeremy G.;   Frisk, Jeff;   Gaalema, Stephen D.;   Geelhaar, Thomas;   Gießelmann, Frank;   Glab, Kristin L.;   Glaser, Matthew A.;   Haltiwanger, R. Curtis;   Handschy, Mark;   Handschy, Mark A.;   Hartley, C. Scott;   Hegmann, Torsten;   Hirai, Toshihiro;   Horiuchi, Akiko;   Januszko, Adam;   Kapernaum, Nadia;   Kaszynski, Piotr;   Keller, Patrick;   Lagerwall, Jan P.F.;   Lazar, Carmen;   Lemieux, Robert P.;   Lewis, Robert A.;   Liptack, David;   Liptak, David;   Littwitz, Brigitte;   Maly, Kenneth E.;   Meadows, Michael R.;   Mehl, Georg H.;   Monahan, Sean;   Monahan, Sean D.;   Moray, Kundalika M.;   More, Kundalika;   More, Kundalika M.;   More, Kundalika.M.;   Nakata, Michi;   O'Callaghan, Michael J.;   O'Callaghan, Mike;   O'Neill, Matthew;   O'Neill, Matthew B.;   Otterholm, Bengt;   Pakhomov, Serhii;   Parks, Daniel C.;   Parmar, Devendra S.;   Patel, Kaushik;   Razavi, Homaune A.;   Rego, James A.;   Roberts, Beth;   Roberts, Jeffrey C.;   Ros, M. Blanca;   Shao, Ren-Fan;   Sierra, Teresa;   Stevens, Forrest;   Sutherland, Jeffrey J.;   Thompson, Matthew P.;   Thurmes, William;   Thurmes, William N.;   Umezawa, Junko;   Velsco, Stephan P.;   Vlahakis, Jason Z.;   Vohra, Rohini;   Vohra, Rohini T.;   Vohra, Rohinit;   Walba, David M.;   Walbs, David M.;   Walker, Christopher M.;   Williams, Paul A.;   Wu, Gang;   Xue, Jiu-Zhi;   Yang, Kexin;   Yoshizawa, Atsushi;   Yuh, Eagranie;   Zhang, Peng

Publication Titles

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
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: Evolution of the boulder model for the molecular origins of the polarization in ferroelectric liquid crystals
1991: Ferroelectric chiral nonracemic liquid-crystal compounds
1991: Large electroclinic effect in new liquid crystal material
1991: Properties of a series of phenylpyrimidine ferroelectric liquid crystals possessing the 2,3-difluoroalkoxy tail
1991: Synthesis, spectra, and ferroelectric properties of a series of dihalogenated dopants
1991: Use of the Boulder model for the design of high-polarization fluorinated ferroelectric liquid crystals
1992: An easily aligned deformable helix ferroelectric liquid crystal mixture and its use in devices
1992: New Ferroelectric Liquid Crystal Epoxides with Two Chiral Tails
1992: New High Birefringence Smectic C Hosts - 3,3'-Difluoro Diphenyldiacetylenes
1992: Synthesis and Ferroelectric Properties of a Series of Core-Fluorinated Dopants
1993: Analog electrooptic modulators for ferroelectric-liquid-crystal/VLSI spatial light modulators
1993: Chiral nonracemic liquid-crystal compounds for ferroelectric compositions
1993: Cyclohexene derivatives and ferroelectric liquid-crystal compositions containing them
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: Halogenated diphenyldiacetylene liquid crystals and ferroelectric liquid-crystal compositions containing them
1993: High contrast distorted helix effect electrooptical devices and ferroelectric liquid crystal mixtures with short ferroelectric pitches usable by the devices
1993: Ring-substituted diphenyldiacetylenes for use in ferroelectric liquid crystal spatial light modulators
1993: Stereocontrolled synthesis of polar polymers for second order nonlinear optics using the ferroelectric liquid crystal self assembly
1994: New ferroelectric liquid crystal host materials for use in optoelectronic applications
1995: Halogenated diphenyldiacetylene liquid crystals
1995: High birefringence dopants for use in ferroelectric and nematic liquid crystal mixtures
1995: Liquid crystal compounds containing chiral 2-halo-2-methylalkoxy tails
1995: Near-atomic resolution imaging of ferroelectric liquid crystal molecules on graphite by STM
1995: New chiral dopants based on the 2-fluoro-2-methylalkoxy tail for use in ferroelectric liquid crystal mixtures
1995: New ferroelectric liquid crystal polymers for nonlinear optics applications
1996: High-contrast distorted helix effect electrooptic devices and tight ferroelectric pitch ferroelectric liquid crystal compositions useful in these devices
1996: Imaging chiral molecules by scanning tunneling microscopy
1996: Liquid crystal compounds containing chiral 2-halo-2-methyl ether and ester tails
1996: Tolane cinnamates - a new class of stable, high birefringence dopants
1997: FLC materials for microdisplay applications
1997: High-temperature ferroelectric liquid crystals
1998: FLC materials for microdisplay applications
1998: High-resolution, color FLC miniature display and FLC materials optimized for their operation
1998: Negative birefringence ferroelectric liquid crystals
1998: Optical characteristics of wavelength-optimized reflective FLC SLMs
1999: FLC displays for high-resolution magnified view and projection applications
2000: Chiral distortion of the binding site in a ferroelectric liquid crystal induced by an atropisomeric biphenyl dopant
2000: FLC materials optimized for high resolution magnified view and projection applications
2002: Bistable ferroelectric liquid crystal photoswitch triggered by a dithienylethene dopant
2002: Detection of Chiral Perturbations in Ferroelectric Liquid Crystals Induced by an Atropisomeric Biphenyl Dopant
2002: Ferroelectric liquid crystal induced by a bridged biphenyl dopant with helical topography
2003: Photoinduced Polarization Inversion in a Ferroelectric Liquid Crystal Using an Ambidextrous Chiral Thioindigo Dopant
2004: A Chameleon Chiral Polar Liquid Crystal: Rod-Shaped When Nematic, Bent-Shaped When Smectic
2004: Charge controlled, fixed optic axis analog ("v-shaped") switching of a bent-core ferroelectric liquid crystal
2004: Ferroelectric liquid crystals induced by atropisomeric biphenyl dopants: influence of the SmC host mixture composition
2004: Reversible photocyclization of achiral dithienylperfluorocyclopentene dopants in a ferroelectric liquid crystal: bistable SSFLC photoswitching
2004: Three-ring mesogens containing p-carboranes: characterization and comparison with the hydrocarbon analogs in the pure state and as additives to a ferroelectric mixture
2005: Ferroelectric Liquid Crystals Induced by Dopants with Axially Chiral 2,2'-Spirobiindan-1,1'-dione Cores
2006: The effect of carborane, bicyclo[2.2.2]octane and benzene on mesogenic and dielectric properties of laterally fluorinated three-ring mesogens
2007: Ferroelectric liquid crystal dopants with a chiral (R,R)-2,3-difluorooctyloxy side-chain: host dependence of the polarization power
2008: Fast switching organosiloxane ferroelectric liquid crystals
2009: Germanium liquid crystals

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