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Schlieren texture of nematics
Structural color in nature
Field emitter observed by Scanning Maxwell-stress microscopy (SMM)
Field emitter observed by Scanning Maxwell-stress microscopy (SMM)
Field emitter observed by Scanning Maxwell-stress microscopy (SMM)
Hiroshi Yokoyama
bubbles in liquid crystal



Sessile drop of nematic at the rubbed PVA - the isotropic liquid interface
Nano-fabrication by SPM oxidation
Molecular motor in chiral liquid crystal monolayer
liquid crystal colloid
AFM nano-rubbing
Tri-stable liquid crystal device by AFM nano-rubbing
Molecular dynamics simulation of cubic phase
Light-controlled liquid crystal colloid
Photo-rubbing
Liquid Crystal Institute

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Professor of Chemical Physics and Ohio Research Scholar
Liquid Crystal Institute, Kent State University

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