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  1. Syndiotactic Poly(Substituted Methylene)s with Alkyloxycarbonyl Side Chains: Effects of Side Chain Chirality on the Main Chain Helix and Crystallinity
  2. Fluorinated Poly(pentylene 4,4′-bibenzoate)s with Low Isotropization Temperatures and Unique Phase Transition Behavior
  3. Effects of Smectic Layer Deformation on Mechanical Properties of Glassy Liquid Crystal Polymer Fibers
  4. Thermal Conductivity Enhancement of Liquid Crystal Polymer–Solid Particle Composites by Grafting a Main-Chain-Type Liquid Crystal Polymer onto Particle Surfaces
  5. Effect of Smectic Layers on Thermal Diffusivity of Side-Chain Polymer Liquid Crystals
  6. Stress Response and Deformation of Block Copolymer Lamellae on Stretching in Normal Direction: Effects of Lateral Size of Lamellae
  7. Alkylthio-based asymmetric liquid crystals: unravelling the substituent effects and intercalated cybotactic nematic and smectic phases
  8. Mechanochromic cyclodextrins
  9. Persistent Water Repellency of Syndiotactic Polymethylene with Perfluoroethyl Hexyloxycarbonyl Side Chains
  10. Changing the structural and physical properties of 3-arm star poly(δ-valerolactone)s by a branch-point design
  11. Nonspherical Uniaxial Azobenzene Polymer Particles and Their Shape Changes under UV- or White-Light Irradiation for Stimuli-Response Applications
  12. Azimuthal anchoring coefficients of nematic liquid crystals on polystyrene brushes formed at the air surface of block copolymer monolayers
  13. Birefringence and photoluminescence properties of diphenylacetylene-based liquid crystal dimers
  14. A Correlation between Thermal Diffusivity and Long Period in Thermotropic Liquid Crystalline Polyesters
  15. Lamellar structures in blends of amorphous–block–main-chain liquid crystal–block–amorphous copolymers and amorphous homopolymers: Effects of the amorphous homopolymer molecular weight
  16. Novel in-plane switching liquid crystal display with an extremely high transmittance using a well-designed bottlebrush as a zero-azimuth anchoring material
  17. Polar anchoring strengths of nematic liquid crystal on high-density polymer brush surfaces
  18. Synthesis of fluorescent polycarbonates with highly twisted N,N-bis(dialkylamino)anthracene AIE luminogens in the main chain
  19. Uniaxial alignment of nematic liquid crystals filling vacant spaces in surface-treated nanofibre nonwoven
  20. Terminal Functionalization with a Triptycene Motif That Dramatically Changes the Structural and Physical Properties of an Amorphous Polymer
  21. Twist bend nematic liquid crystals prepared by one-step condensation of 4-(4-Pentylcyclohexyl) benzoic acid and alkyl diol
  22. Self-Assembly of Hierarchical Structures Using Cyclotriphosphazene-Containing Poly(substituted methylene) Block Copolymers
  23. Microphase‐Separated Morphology and Liquid Crystal Orientation in Block Copolymers Comprising a Main‐Chain Liquid Crystalline Central Segment Connected to Side‐Chain Liquid Crystalline Segments at Both Ends
  24. Zero percolation threshold in electric conductivity of aluminum nanowire network fabricated by chemical etching using an electrospun nanofiber mask
  25. Smart Network Polymers with Bis(piperidyl)naphthalene Cross-Linkers: Selective Fluorescence Quenching and Photodegradation in the Presence of Trichloromethyl-Containing Chloroalkanes
  26. An in-plane switching liquid crystal cell with weakly anchored liquid crystals on the electrode substrate
  27. Thermal diffusivity of side-chain-polymer smectic liquid crystals
  28. Transparent and high permittivity films of poly(methyl methacrylate)-grafted 7 nm barium titanate particles prepared by surface-initiated atom transfer radical polymerization
  29. Odd–even effect on viscoelastic properties of twin-dimer nematic liquid crystals
  30. Benzobisthiadiazole-based conjugated donor–acceptor polymers for organic thin film transistors: effects of π-conjugated bridges on ambipolar transport
  31. Smectic A–hexagonal columnar–B7 phase transition of acute-angle bent-core molecules
  32. Cholesteric films exhibiting expanded or split reflection bands prepared by atmospheric photopolymerisation of diacrylic nematic monomer doped with a photoresponsive chiral dopant
  33. Phase separation and self-assembly of cyclic amphiphilic block copolymers with a main-chain liquid crystalline segment
  34. Alkylated Cage Silsesquioxane Forming a Long-Range Straight Ordered Hierarchical Lamellar Nanostructure
  35. Self-Assembly of Flexible–Semiflexible–Flexible Triblock Copolymers
  36. Bent Molecules with a 60° Central Core Angle that Form B7 and B2 Phases
  37. Bent Molecules with a 60° Central Core Angle that Form B7 and B2 Phases
  38. Decrease in the isotropization temperature and enthalpy of main-chain polymer smectic liquid crystals as a result of the inclusion of chain ends
  39. Highly birefringent side-chain LC polymethacrylate with a dinaphthyl-acetylene mesogenic unit
  40. Alkylated cage silsesquioxanes: a comprehensive study of thermal properties and self-assembled structure
  41. Facile fabrication of transparent and conductive nanowire networks by wet chemical etching with an electrospun nanofiber mask template
  42. Helical structures of N-methylated aromatic oligoamides: A density functional study
  43. ”Face-On” Oriented ^|^pi;-Conjugated Polymers Containing 1,3,4-Thiadiazole Moiety Investigated with Synchrotron GIXS Measurements: Relationship between Morphology and PSC Performance
  44. 半屈曲性液晶ポリエステルを一成分とするブロック共重合体のミクロ相分離構造
  45. Cholesteric induction power of β-galactose derivatives
  46. Main‐chain smectic liquid crystalline polymer exhibiting unusually high thermal conductivity in an isotropic composite
  47. Influence of molecular orientation direction on the in-plane thermal conductivity of polymer/hexagonal boron nitride composites
  48. Influence of Smectic Liquid Crystallinity on Lamellar Microdomain Structure in a Main-Chain Liquid Crystal Block Copolymer Fiber
  49. Macrocyclised pheynyl cinnamate dimer utilisable as photoresponsive chiral dopant for nematic liquid crystals
  50. Biaxial and antiferroelectric structure of the orthogonal smectic phase of a bent-shaped molecule and helical structure in a chiral mixture system
  51. Thermal Diffusivity of Hexagonal Boron Nitride Composites Based on Cross-Linked Liquid Crystalline Polyimides
  52. Lamellar Morphology of an ABA Triblock Copolymer with a Main-Chain Nematic Polyester Central Block
  53. Enlarged helical twisting power in chiral cyclic dimers based on conventional chiral alkyl diols
  54. Thermotropic behavior of syndiotactic polymethylenes with alkyloxycarbonyl side chains
  55. High-density poly(hexyl methacrylate) brushes offering a surface for near-zero azimuthal anchoring of liquid crystals at room temperature
  56. Synthesis and Postfunctionalization of Rod–Coil Diblock and Coil–Rod–Coil Triblock Copolymers Composed of Poly(3-hexylthiophene) and Poly(4-(4′- N , N -dihexylaminophenylethynyl)styrene) Segments
  57. Well-Ordered Lamellar Microphase-Separated Morphology of an ABA Triblock Copolymer Containing a Main-Chain Liquid Crystalline Polyester as the Middle Segment 2: Influence of Amorphous Segment Molecular Weight
  58. Identifying smectic I phase of main-chain PB-10 polyester consisting of 4,4′-biphenol and 1,10-dodecanoic acid by fibre X-ray diffraction
  59. Viscoelastic PS brush surface offering strong anchoring at low temperature and near-zero anchoring at high temperature for LC molecules
  60. Formation of Regularly Spaced Wetting Ridges at 1 μm Intervals on the Surface of a Liquid-Crystalline Polymer
  61. Novel Behavior in Shear Flow Orientation of Side-Chain Polymethacrylate Nematic Liquid Crystals
  62. Structural and mechanical properties of Laponite–PEG hybrid films
  63. Notable formation of a cubic phase from small bent-angle molecules based on the 1,7-naphthalene central core and alkylthio tails
  64. Banana-shaped molecular architecture: Formation of large columns composed of two concentrically enclosed layers
  65. A Report of Lecture Meeting of Strategic Research Committee for Nanofiber Technology, 2011
  66. Unusual chain configuration of main-chain liquid crystal polyesters having Y-shaped mesogens in nematic phase
  67. Switchable Columnar Phase Formed from Bent-Shaped Molecules with Low Bent-Angle Naphthalene Central Core and Alkylthio Tail
  68. Helix–helix transition of poly(β-phenylpropyl l-aspartate) embedded in stable helical poly(γ-phenylethyl glutamate) matrix
  69. Calamitic Smectic A–Polar Smectic AP A Transition Observed in Bent Molecules with Large Bent-Angle Central Core of 4,6-Dichlorobenzene and Alkylthio Terminal Tail
  70. High-Density Poly(methyl methacrylate) Brushes as Anchoring Surfaces of Nematic Liquid Crystals
  71. Calamitic Smectic A–Polar Smectic AP A Transition Observed in Bent Molecules with Large Bent-Angle Central Core of 4,6-Dichlorobenzene and Alkylthio Terminal Tail
  72. High-Density Poly(methyl methacrylate) Brushes as Anchoring Surfaces of Nematic Liquid Crystals
  73. Well-Ordered Lamellar Microphase-Separated Morphology of an ABA Triblock Copolymer Containing a Main-Chain Liquid Crystalline Polyester as the Middle Segment
  74. Synthesis and self-assembly of thermotropic block copolymer with long alkyl tethered cage silsesquioxane in the side chain
  75. Regular undulation and polarization modulation on the film surface of a planarly aligned SmC* polymer
  76. Nematic–nematic phase separation from uniform nematic domain in polymer LC and low-molecular-weight LC mixture showing network lattice formation in pinning stage
  77. Enhancement of the cholesteric induction power by macrocyclization in liquid crystal dimers with a chiral spacer
  78. Unusual Formation of Switchable Hexagonal Columnar Phase by Bent-Shaped Molecules with Low Bent-Angle Naphthalene Central Core and Alkylthio Tail
  79. Two-Step Smectic CA Phase Formation from Isotropic Liquid upon Supercooling in Main-Chain Liquid-Crystalline BB-5(1-Me) Polyester
  80. Control over Internal Structure of Liquid Crystal Polymer Nanofibers by Electrospinning
  81. Antiferroelectric Switching between Optically Isotropic and Birefringent B2 Phases of Bent-Shaped Molecules with High Tilt Angle of 45°
  82. Flexible, Transparent Nanocomposite Film with a Large Clay Component and Ordered Structure Obtained by a Simple Solution-Casting Method
  83. Formation of a homochiral antiferroelectric ground state in asymmetric bent-shaped molecules
  84. Unique Reflection Property Due to Bumpy Multilayer Structure in Elytra of Rhomborrhina unicolor
  85. Spontaneous Formation of Polar Liquid Crystal in Lyotropic Solution of Helical Poly(γ-Benzyl Glutamate)
  86. Unusual Swelling of HPC in Toluene Forming a Microspherical Domain Structure that Causes Christiansen Scattering Coloration
  87. Impregnation of Ni–P metal into polymer substrate via catalyzation in Sc-CO2 and electroless plating in Sc-CO2 emulsion
  88. Electric-field-induced transition between ferro- and antiferroelectric ground states observed in the B7 phase of a bent-shaped molecule with alkylthio tails
  89. Hyperpolarizability of an Aromatic Polyester
  90. 27.4L: Late-News Paper: A New Mode LCD with Intrinsic Continuous Grayscale Memory Using Ferroelectric Liquid Crystalline Polymer
  91. Influence of DC Electric Field on Soft Mode of Main-Chain Ferroelectric Liquid-Crystalline Polyesters: Polymeric Effect on Collective Fluctuation
  92. Synthesis of macrocyclised dimetric compounds and their liquid crystal transition behaviours
  93. Parallel-Layer Orientation and Its Instability in Side-Chain Polymer Smectic Liquid Crystals under Shear Flow
  94. Structural characteristics of the B6 phase for a bent-core molecular system observed through the B1-B6 transition
  95. Regular Network Pattern Evolution Observed in Phase Separation in Low-Molecular-Weight LC and LC Block Copolymer Mixture
  96. Double liquid crystalline side-chain type block copolymers for hierarchically ordered nanostructures: Synthesis and morphologies in the bulk and thin film
  97. Entropically-Driven Formation of Smectic A1, A2, and A3 phases in Binary Mixtures of Rigid-Rod Helical Polysilanes with Different Molecular Weights
  98. Difference in Steady Shear Flow Viscosity between Polar and Nonpolar Nematic Liquid Crystals in Aromatic Polyesters Derived from VECTRA
  99. Unusual Transformation of the Mechanically Induced Monodomain State to the Polydomain One in Polar Nematic Liquid Crystals of Aromatic Polyesters
  100. Regular Formation of Chain Folding in Smectic Phase of Main-Chain BB-3(2-Ph) Polymer Followed by Columnar Association of Phenyl Side Group in Propane Spacer
  101. Spontaneous deformation of main-chain liquid-crystalline elastomers composed of smectic polyesters
  102. Synthesis and chemical properties of dielectric polyphenylenes with nitro group
  103. Atomic Force Microscope Observation of Nano-Ordered Undulation Structure Formed by Bent-Shaped Molecules
  104. Formation of banana phases in bent-shaped molecules with unusual bent angles as low as 60°
  105. Mesomorphic Properties in Asymmetric Bent-shaped Molecules with Different Linkage Moieties as Side Wings
  106. Effect of Alkylthio Tail on Phase Behaviors of Bent-shaped Molecules Based on Naphthalene Core
  107. 液晶場を利用したブロック共重合体の相分離ナノ構造制御
  108. Two-fold Helical Inversion in the Chiral SmC Phase of Optically Active Materials Derived from ( R )-(+)-1-(1-Phenyl)ethylamine
  109. High Chiral Induction in Cholesteric Liquid Crystal of Aromatic Polyesters with Chiral Naphthyl Ethylamine Groups at Their Polymer Ends
  110. Structural Characteristics of Thermotropic SmA Layer Phase Formed from Rigid-Rod Polysilanes
  111. Elongation Behavior of a Main-Chain Smectic Liquid Crystalline Elastomer
  112. Thermoreversible Contraction and Extension of Layer Spacing in Smectic Phase of Side Chain Liquid Crystal Poly(fumarate)s
  113. Side chain liquid crystal poly(fumarate)s bearing tolane‐based mesogens
  114. Regular Undulation Morphology Observed on Fracture and Film Surfaces of Chiral S C * Polymer
  115. Chiral Correlation between Low-Birefringent Phases with Twist Grain Boundary-like Helix and Highly Birefringent Phases with Layer Chirality as Elucidated from Circular Dichroism Observations
  116. Effect of Molecular Structure on Smectic Phase Structures in Two Homologues Series of Bent-Shaped Molecules with Asymmetric Central Naphthalene Core
  117. Phase Diagram for Solutions of α-Helical Poly( l -glutamate)s in m -Cresol Including Isotropic, Cholesteric, and Columnar Phases
  118. Unusual Formation of Smectic A Structure in Cross-Linked Monodomain Elastomer of Main-Chain LC Polyester with 3-Methylpentane Spacer
  119. Polar Nematic Phase in Lyotropic Solutions of Poly(γ-benzyl glutamate) and Its Temperature Instability As Detected by SHG Measurement
  120. Smectic A Formation by Twin Dimers Assuming U-shaped Conformation
  121. Anti-ferroelectric Banana Phase in a Bent-shaped Molecule with a Low Bend Angle of 60°
  122. Double Ordered Layers within Microphase-separated Lamellar Structure of Double Liquid Crystalline Side-chain Type Block Copolymer
  123. Unexpected Phase Behaviors of Poly(fumarate)s Carrying Tolane-based Mesogenic Side Chains
  124. Mesomorphic Behavior of Bent-shaped Molecules with Non-aromatic Central Core Based on Bis(p-hydroxyphenyl)methane
  125. Sequential Palladium-Catalyzed Coupling Reactions on Solid-Phase
  126. New optically active imine dopants derived from (R)-(+)-1-(1-naphthyl)ethylamine: Relation between their large helical twisting power and internal rotation potential profiles
  127. Structure of aB6-like phase formed from bent-core liquid crystals determined by microbeam x-ray diffraction
  128. Characteristic Shear-Flow Orientation in LC Block Copolymer Resulting from Compromise between Orientations of Microcylinder and LC Mesogen
  129. Relationship between Chemical Structure and Helical Twisting Power in Optically Active Imine Dopants Derived from ( R )-(+)-1-(1-Naphthyl)ethylamine
  130. Mesomorphic behaviour in bent‐shaped molecules with side wings at different positions of a central naphthalene core
  131. Chirality Transfer between Weakly Birefringent and Electric-Field-Induced Highly Birefringent B2 Phases in a Bent-Core Mesogen
  132. Transmission Electron Microscope Observation by Surface Replica Method for Layer Undulation in Solid X 1 Phase of Banana Molecule
  133. Unusual Nematic Liquid Crystal with Polar C s Symmetry Formed from Aromatic Polyesters with Head−Tail Character
  134. Thermally Reversible Distortion Observed for Monodomain Nematic Elastomer of Cross-Linked Main-Chain Polyester
  135. Collective fluctuation in chiral smectic phases of main‐chain liquid crystalline polymers
  136. Magnetic Potassium Clusters in a Nanographite Host System
  137. Synthesis and Self-assembling of Wholly Aromatic Block Co-oligomers: Oligo(ether sulfone)-b-oligo(ether ketone with Sulfonic Acid Terminal Groups)
  138. Magnetic Orientation of Microcylinders in Liquid Crystalline Diblock Copolymer and Clarification of Its Orientation Mechanism
  139. Shear Flow Orientation of Cylindrical Microdomain in Liquid Crystalline Diblock Copolymer and its Potentiality as Anchoring Substrate for Nematic Mesogens
  140. Self-Assembled Lamellar Nanostructures of Wholly Aromatic Rod−Rod-Type Block Molecules
  141. Synthesis and Characterization of Self-Assembling Amphiphilic Aromatic Amide Dendrons
  142. Several Interesting Fields Exploited through Understanding of Polymeric Effects on Liquid Crystals of Main-Chain Polyesters
  143. Fabrication of Hierarchically Ordered Hybrid Structures over Multiple Length Scales via Direct Etching of Self-Organized Polyhedral Oligomeric Silsesquioxane (POSS) Functionalized Block Copolymer Films
  144. Frustrated Smectic Phase Appearing as Transitional State between Single-Layer and Antiferroelectric Bilayer Smectic Phases in Binary Mixtures of Dimeric Compounds
  145. Aromatic Polyesters with Flexible Side Chains. 10. Studies on Biaxiality in Nematic Liquid Crystal of BC-n Polyester
  146. Temperature-Induced Reversible Distortion along Director Axis Observed for Monodomain Nematic Elastomer of Cross-Linked Main-Chain Polyester
  147. Low-Birefringent, Chiral Banana Phase below Calamitic Nematic and/or Smectic C Phases in Oxadiazole Derivatives
  148. Polarized Light Scattering and Synchrotron Radiation Wide-Angle X-ray Diffraction Studies on Smectic Liquid Crystal Formation of Main-Chain Polyester
  149. Spontaneous Organization of Helical Polypeptide Molecules into Polar Packing Structure
  150. Distinct layered structure with density modulation in solid phase formed from B 2 phase of banana molecules
  151. Distinct Behavior of Main-Chain Polymers in Liquid Crystalline Field
  152. Development of co-continuous structure in liquid crystalline polyester
  153. Two Distinct Types of Orientation Process Observed in Uniaxially Elongated Smectic LC Melt
  154. Orientation of Microphase-Segregated Cylinders in Liquid Crystalline Diblock Copolymer by Magnetic Field
  155. Internal rotations of aromatic polyamides: a density functional theory study
  156. Synthesis of new type of dendritic molecule and its columnar self-assembly having a potential as molecular cavity
  157. Molecular Weight Dependence of Phase Behavior in Side-Chain Liquid Crystalline Polymer Which Exhibits Reentrant Nematic Phase
  158. 主鎖型液晶性高分子のガラス状態―スメクチック液晶ガラスと液体ガラス
  159. Study on Smectic Liquid Crystal Glass and Isotropic Liquid Glass Formed by Thermotropic Main-Chain Liquid Crystal Polyester
  160. Polar nematic liquid crystal formed from aromatic polyesters with head-tail character
  161. Hyperpolarizability Components for α- and ω-Helical Polypeptides in Polar Crystals Determined from Second-Harmonic Generation Measurements
  162. Solid-State 13C NMR Analysis of the Crystalline–Noncrystalline Structure and Chain Conformation of Thermotropic Liquid Crystalline Polyester
  163. Thermotropic Liquid Crystals of Main-Chain Polyesters having a Mesogenic 4,4′-Biphenyldicarboxylate Unit, 14
  164. Parallel and Perpendicular Orientations Observed in Shear Aligned S CA Liquid Crystal of Main-Chain Polyester
  165. First observation of a smectic A–cholesteric phase transition in a thermotropic liquid crystal consisting of a rigid-rod helical polysilane
  166. Small-Angle X-Ray Analysis of Smectic a Cholesteric Liquid Crystal Phase Transition in Rigid-Rod Helical Polysilane
  167. 若手交流委員会について
  168. Smectic Liquid Crystal Observed in Thermotropic System of Rigid-Rod Poly(γ-octadecyl L-glutamate)
  169. Well-Defined Phase Sequence Including Cholesteric, Smectic A, and Columnar Phases Observed in a Thermotropic LC System of Simple Rigid-Rod Helical Polysilane
  170. Rigid-Rod Polyesters with Flexible Side Chains IX. Phase Behavior Including Nematic, Layered, and Hexagonal Columnar Phases in Poly(p-biphenylene terephthalate) with Alkoxy Side Chains
  171. Transition Phenomenon in Salt-Doped Organic Electroluminescent Devices at High Bias Voltage
  172. Side-Chain Liquid Crystalline Block Copolymers with Well Defined Structures Prepared by Living Anionic Polymerization IV. Microphase Morphology in Blends with Coil Homopolystyrenes
  173. Thermotropic Liquid Crystals of Main-Chain Polyesters Having a Mesogenic 4,4‘-Biphenyldicarboxylate Unit. 13. Characteristic Deformation of Smectic Layer Structure Induced by Elongation of Uniaxially Oriented Fiber Composed of Smectic CA Glass
  174. Aromatic Polyesters with Flexible Side Chains. 8. Studies on Long Periodical Structure Observed in Layered Crystalline Phase
  175. The full-width at half-maximum of emission narrowing in electroluminescent device
  176. Dielectric Relaxation and Molecular Motion in the Chiral Main-Chain Liquid Crystalline Copolyester, BB-4*(2-Me)/BB-6
  177. Characterization for Melt-Spun Fiber of Fluorocarbon Polymer. 1. Copolymer of Tetrafluoroethylene and Hexafluoropropylene.
  178. A Novel Blue Light Emitting Diode Using Tris(2,3-methyl-8-hydroxyquinoline) Aluminum(III) as Emitter
  179. Fluorescence study on intermolecular complex formation between mesogenic biphenyl moieties of main-chain thermotropic liquid–crystalline polyesters with 7–18 methylene units
  180. Chain Folding of Main-Chain Polyesters in the Smectic A and CA Phases with a Liquid-Like Association of Biphenyl Mesogens within a Layer.
  181. Chain Folding in the Smectic Phase of Main-Chain Polyesters.
  182. Chain-Folded Lamellar Structure in the Smectic H Phase of a Main-Chain Polyester
  183. Fluorescence study on intermolecular complex formation between mesogenic 4,4'-biphenyldicarboxylate moieties of thermotropic liquid-crystalline polyesters with 5 and 6 methylene units
  184. Fluorescence study on intermolecular complex formation between mesogenic 4,4'-biphenyldicarboxylate moieties of thermotropic liquid-crystalline polyesters with 5 and 6 methylene units
  185. Fluorescence study on intermolecular complex formation between mesogenic 4,4′-biphenyldicarboxylate moieties of thermotropic liquid-crystalline polyesters with 5 and 6 methylene units
  186. Polar Structure in Polypeptide Cholesteric Liquid Crystals Evidenced from Observation of Second-Harmonic Generation Due To the Helicoidal Cavity Effect
  187. Thermotropic Liquid Crystals of Main-Chain Polyesters with a Mesogenic 4,4′-Biphenyldicarboxylate Unit XII. Unusual Molecular Orientation in Fibers Drawn from Smectic Melt
  188. Thermotropic Liquid Crystals of Main-Chain Polyesters Having a Mesogenic 4,4′-Biphenyldicarboxylate Unit XI. Smectic Liquid Crystalline Glass
  189. Self-Assembly of Liquid-Crystalline Polyamide Complexes through the Formation of Double Hydrogen Bonds between a 2,6-Bis(amino)pyridine Moiety and Benzoic Acids
  190. High resolution 13C NMR studies for crystalline and liquid crystalline phases of PB-18 polyester composed of 4,4'-dihydroxybiphenyl and octadecanedioic acid
  191. Preliminary communication Thermotropic liquid crystals of polyesters having a mesogenic p,p' -bibenzoate unit X. Distinct orientation of molecules in a thin SmCA film stretched from isotropic melt, providing evidence for the biaxiallity of the SmCA p
  192. Preliminary communication Thermotropic liquid crystals in main chain polyesters having a mesogenic 4,4-biphenyldicarboxylate unit. 9. Chain folding in solid polyesters crystallized from smectic A
  193. Smectic liquid crystals in main-chain polymers
  194. Thermotropic liquid crystals of main-chain polyesters having a mesogenic 4,4′-biphenyldicarboxylate unit. 8. X-ray analyses of structural change on SA to SC transition
  195. Thermotropic Liquid Crystals of Polyesters Having a Mesogenic p , p ‘-Bibenzoate Unit. 7. Chain Folding in the Smectic Phase of BB-6
  196. Fluorescence Study on Intermolecular Interactions between Mesogenic Biphenyl Moieties of a Thermotropic Liquid-Crystalline Polyester (PB-10)
  197. Thermotropic Liquid Crystals of Main-Chain Polyesters Having a Mesogenic 4,4'-Biphenyldicarboxylate Unit. 6. Chiral Mesophases of Polyesters with a (S)-2-Methylbutylene Spacer
  198. Force control of a robotic manipulator by application of a neural network
  199. Force control of robot manipulator by neural network. (Control of one degree-of-freedom manipulator).