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High accuracy optical characterization of anisotropic liquids by merging standard techniques
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10.1063/1.2397553
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(Color online) Experimental and simulated (after the fitting procedure) reflectivity curves at for and polarizations. The peaks correspond to the different modes. The cutoff point, 54.94°, given by the total reflection condition at the LC-fused silica interface, is used as the reference point providing a precision on the refractive index measurements of .

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(Color online) Experimental data and the simulated curve for the element. The relevant parameters determined by the fit are the following: , , and .

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(Color online) Measured and fitted dispersion curves of E7 ordinary and extraordinary indices obtained by VASE and HLGM techniques, together with data taken from Ref. 11. All data are for the reduced temperature , where is the E7 clearing point.

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Scitation: High accuracy optical characterization of anisotropic liquids by merging standard techniques
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/aip/journal/apl/89/22/10.1063/1.2397553
10.1063/1.2397553
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