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      Effects of graphene on electro-optic response and ion-transport in a nematic liquid crystal

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      Journal of Applied Physics

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          Graphene-Based Liquid Crystal Device

          Graphene is only one atom thick, optically transparent, chemically inert and an excellent conductor. These properties seem to make this material an excellent candidate for applications in various photonic devices that require conducting but transparent thin films. In this letter we demonstrate liquid crystal devices with electrodes made of graphene which show excellent performance with a high contrast ratio. We also discuss the advantages of graphene compared to conventionally-used metal oxides in terms of low resistivity, high transparency and chemical stability.
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            Electro-optic response times in liquid crystals

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              Organizing Carbon Nanotubes with Liquid Crystals

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                Journal
                Journal of Applied Physics
                Journal of Applied Physics
                AIP Publishing
                0021-8979
                1089-7550
                February 21 2015
                February 21 2015
                : 117
                : 7
                : 074301
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                10.1063/1.4908608
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