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Articles by Zhou Yang
Total Records ( 2 ) for Zhou Yang
  Guohui Pan , Lilong Yu , Hongbin Zhang , Jinbao Guo , Renwei Guo , Hui Cao , Zhou Yang , Huai Yang and Siquan Zhu
  A photopolymerisable monomer/liquid crystal (LC)/chiral dopant/photoinitiator mixture with a smectic A (SmA*)-chiral nematic (N*) phase transition was prepared. After the SmA* phase was homeotropically oriented and then irradiated by ultraviolet light, a homeotropically oriented polymer network was formed in the SmA* phase and then a homeotropically oriented polymer network-stabilised liquid crystal (PSLC) film with a SmA*-N* phase transition was prepared. In the temperature range of the SmA* phase, the LC molecules were homeotropically oriented and the film exhibited a transparent state. However, in the temperature range of the N* phase, the film exhibited a strong light-scattering state owing to the fact that the LC molecules adopted a focal conic alignment affected by the homeotropically oriented polymer network. The strong light-scattering state of the N* phase could be changed into a transparent one when an electric field was applied. The focus of this study was on the effects of composition of the PSLC film on its thermo-optical and electro-optical properties.
  Wang Hu , Haiyan Zhao , Liankun Shan , Li Song , Hui Cao , Zhou Yang , Zihui Cheng , Chunzhu Yan , Sijin Li , Huai Yang and Lin Guo
  A magnetite (Fe3O4) nanoparticle/chiral nematic liquid crystal (N*-LC) composite was prepared and filled into a planar treated cell. The Fe3O4 nanoparticles had been modified by oleic acid so that they could be better dispersed in the composite. When a magnetic field was scanned on the outer surface of the cell locally, Fe3O4 nanoparticles moved towards the inner surface of the cell correspondingly, and the black expected information was displayed. When the magnet was applied to the opposite outer surface, the information was erased. After polymer network walls were prepared in the composite, the resolution of the information displayed increased. Then, through the formation of hydrogen bonds between the nanoparticles and chiral pyridine compound (CPC) doped in the composite, the pitch length of the N*-LC could be adjusted by altering the intensity of the applied magnetic field. The composite doped with CPC could potentially be used as a material for a type of reflective colour paper with magnetically controllable characteristics.
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