can you please explain the concept of liquid crystals once again?

Asked by zrajani | 4th Apr, 2012, 06:26: PM

Expert Answer:

Liquid crystals are partly ordered materials, somewhere between their solid and liquid phases. Their molecules are often shaped like rods or plates or some other forms that encourage them to align collectively along a certain direction. The order of liquid crystals can be manipulated with mechanical, magnetic or electric forces. Finally, liquid crystals are temperature sensitive since they turn into solid if it is too cold, and into liquid if it is too hot. This phenomenon can, for instance, be observed on laptop screens when it is very hot or very cold.

Answered by  | 5th Apr, 2012, 04:20: PM

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