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Noel A Clark, Sven T Lagerwall: Surface stabilized ferroelectric liquid crystal devices. Cushman Darby & Cushman, January 7, 1986: US04563059 (147 worldwide citation)

A liquid crystal device including a ferroelectric liquid crystal disposed between plates treated to enforce a particular ferroelectric molecular orientation to the plates. The devices employ along or in combination non-planar boundary conditions, polar boundary conditions, boundaries with multiple p ...


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Noel A Clark, Sven T Lagerwall: Surface stabilized ferroelectric liquid crystal devices. Cushman Darby & Cushman, March 21, 1989: US04813767 (40 worldwide citation)

A liquid crystal device including a ferroelectric liquid crystal disposed between plates treated to enforce a particular ferroelectric molecular orientation to the plates. The devices employ alone or in combination non-planar boundary conditions, polar boundary conditions, boundaries with multiple p ...


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Noel A Clark, Sven T Lagerwall: Surface stabilized ferroelectric liquid crystal devices. Cushman Darby Cushman, June 20, 1989: US04840463 (29 worldwide citation)

A liquid crystal device including a ferroelectric liquid crystal disposed between plates treated to enforce a particular ferroelectric molecular orientation to the plates. The devices employ alone or in combination non-planar boundary conditions, polar boundary conditions, boundaries with multiple p ...


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Noel A Clark, Sven T Lagerwall: Surface stabilized ferroelectric liquid crystal devices. Cushman Darby & Cushman, January 28, 1992: US05083855 (22 worldwide citation)

A liquid crystal device including a ferroelectric liquid crystal disposed between plates treated to enforce a particular ferroelectric molecular orientation to the plates. The devices employ alone or in combination non-planar boundary conditions, polar boundary conditions, boundaries with multiple p ...


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Noel A Clark, Sven T Lagerwall: Surface stabilized ferroelectric liquid crystal devices. Cushman Darby & Cushman, September 25, 1990: US04958916 (17 worldwide citation)

A liquid crystal device including a ferroelectric liquid crystal disposed between plates treated to enforce a particular ferroelectric molecular orientation to the plates. The devices employ alone or in combination non-planar boundary conditions, polar boundary conditions, boundaries with multiple p ...


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Noel A Clark, Sven T Lagerwall: Surface stabilized ferroelectric liquid crystal devices. Cushman Darby & Cushman, July 13, 1993: US05227905 (6 worldwide citation)

A liquid crystal device including a ferroelectric liquid crystal disposed between plates treated to enforce a particular ferroelectric molecular orientation to the plates. The devices employ alone or in combination non-planar boundary conditions, polar boundary conditions, boundaries with multiple p ...


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Noel A Clark, Sven T Lagerwall: Surface stabilized ferroelectric liquid crystal devices. Cushman Darby & Cushman, September 10, 1996: US05555117 (1 worldwide citation)

A liquid crystal device including a ferroelectric liquid crystal disposed between plates treated to enforce a particular ferroelectric molecular orientation to the plates. The devices employ alone or in combination non-planar boundary conditions, polar boundary conditions, boundaries with multiple p ...


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Noel A Clark, Sven T Lagerwall: Surface stabilized ferroelectric liquid crystal devices with means for aligning LC molecules at .OMEGA.(.alpha.) from normal to the means. Cushman Darby & Cushman, May 16, 1995: USRE034942

A liquid crystal device including a ferroelectric liquid crystal disposed between plates treated to enforce a particular ferroelectric molecular orientation to the plates. The devices employ alone or in combination non-planar boundary conditions, polar boundary conditions, boundaries with multiple p ...


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Noel A Clark, Sven T Lagerwall: Surface stabilized ferroelectric liquid crystal devices with LC molecules aligned at angle .OMEGA.(.alpha.) from normal to substrates. Cushman Darby & Cushman, June 13, 1995: USRE034966

A liquid crystal device including a ferroelectric liquid crystal disposed between plates treated to enforce a particular ferroelectric molecular orientation to the plates. The devices employ along or in combination non-planar boundary conditions, polar boundary conditions, boundaries with multiple p ...


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Noel A Clark, Sven T Lagerwall: Surface stabilized ferroelectric liquid crystal devices with plural orientation states of different colors or separated by domain walls. Cushman Darby & Cushman, June 13, 1995: USRE034967

A liquid crystal device including a ferroelectric liquid crystal disposed between plates treated to enforce a particular ferroelectric molecular orientation to the plates. The devices employ alone or in combination non-planar boundary conditions, polar boundary conditions, boundaries with multiple p ...