Lyotrope Flüssigkristallphasen mizellarer Tensidlösungen

  • K. Hiltrop


Aufgrund der großen Variabilität der Molekülaggregate kann ein reichhaltiger Polymorphismus lyotroper Flüssigkristalle erwartet werden. Aus rein geometri-schenüberlegungen kann man im Gedankenexperiment zahlreiche potentiell flüssigkristalline Strukturen konstruieren. Aus dieser Mannigfaltigkeit wurden die wichtigsten bisher experimentell gesicherten Phasen ausgewählt und sind in Abbildung 2.1 schematisch dargeste?lt.


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