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Response to “Comment on ‘The limits of flexoelectricity in liquid crystals’” [AIP Advances3, 019101 (2013)]
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The Comment [AIP Advances 3, 019101 (2013)] appears to be based on a mistaken understanding of our argument. We believe that the inequalities in our Paper [AIP Advances 1, 032120 (2011)] are correct and that our conclusions are justified.
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