Frequency voltage controlled light transmittance in ferroelectric liquid crystal cells
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Light transmittance of a short-pitch deformed-helix ferroelectric liquid crystal cell was numerically studied when low and high voltage frequencies (\(\simeq 1\) kHz and \(\simeq 100\) kHz, respectively) are applied to the cell. The reported finding in the decay of light transmittance at increasing frequency is obtained due to reasonable simplifications of the temporal dependence of director's azimuthal angle. By taking experimentally known data, we numerically demonstrate that the increase in temperature of ferroelectric liquid crystals yields an insignificant change of light transmittance within all visible spectra.
KeywordsSoft Matter: Liquid crystals
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