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'''Authors''': A. Fernández-Nieves, D. R. Link, M. Márquez, and D. A. Weitz
  
'''Publication''': AUTHORS. Topological Changes in Bipolar Nematic Droplets under Flow. Solid State Communications (2006) vol. 139 (11-12) pp. 557-561
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'''Publication''': A. Fernández-Nieves, D. R. Link, M. Márquez, and D. A. Weitz. Topological Changes in Bipolar Nematic Droplets under Flow. Phys. Rev. Lett. (2007) vol. 98 article 087801.
  
'''Keywords''': [[diffusion]], [[colloids]], [[emulsion]], [[interfaces]], [[self-assembly]]
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'''Keywords''': [[liquid crystal]], [[nematic]], [[microfluidic devices]], [[emulsion]]
 
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[[Image:AG_fig1.png‎|thumb|300px| Example Figure]]
 
[[Image:AG_fig1.png‎|thumb|300px| Example Figure]]
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This Letter describes a method to change the defect configuration of drops of nematic liquid crystal. In short
  
 
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EXP!!![1] Vinothan Manoharan. Colloidal spheres confined by liquid droplets: Geometry, physics, and physical chemistry. Solid State Communications (2006) vol. 139 (11-12) pp. 557-561 !!!!EXP
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Revision as of 02:06, 12 October 2012

Original Entry: Aaron Goldfain, AP 225, Fall 2012

UNDER CONSTRUCTION

General Information

Authors: A. Fernández-Nieves, D. R. Link, M. Márquez, and D. A. Weitz

Publication: A. Fernández-Nieves, D. R. Link, M. Márquez, and D. A. Weitz. Topological Changes in Bipolar Nematic Droplets under Flow. Phys. Rev. Lett. (2007) vol. 98 article 087801.

Keywords: liquid crystal, nematic, microfluidic devices, emulsion

Summary

Example Figure

This Letter describes a method to change the defect configuration of drops of nematic liquid crystal. In short

Discussion

Discussion here

Reference

A. Fernández-Nieves, D. R. Link, M. Márquez, and D. A. Weitz. Topological Changes in Bipolar Nematic Droplets under Flow. Phys. Rev. Lett. (2007) vol. 98 article 087801.