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The rapid and continuing growth on liquid crystal research is not only the result of the high success of liquid crystal display technology, but also because of the great potential for new and improved applications. This is a unique area of scientific research in which the joint research efforts of chemists, physicists and material scientists have led to spectacular practical developments which are been exploited commercially. This two-volume set of the series Structure and Bonding focuses on the structural properties of liquid crystals. The balanced, in-depth coverage of both theoretical and experimental aspects by leading experts serves as a basis for further innovations in this dynamic field and makes these volumes an essential resource for both academic and industrial researchers.
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