Schematic diagram of the cell structure of the CNT-doped nematic LC cell in the off (a) and on (b) state.
Optical microphotographs of the cells with the LC only and SWCNT-doped LC cell, when the applied voltages were [(a) and (b)], [(c) and (d)], [(e) and (f)], and [(g) and (h)], respectively.
Optical microphotographs of the SWCNT-doped LC cell describing the generation of two vertical stripes with increasing voltage.
Optical microphotographs of the SWCNT-doped LC cell at showing that the upper texture translates along the electrode direction between the electrodes while the lower texture jumps over the electrode as a function of time: (a) , (b) , (c) , and (d) .
Optical microphotographs of the SWCNT-doped LC cell at as a function of the angles between the crossed polarizers and the rubbing direction parallel to the in-plane field direction: (a) 0°, (b) 30°, (c) 60°, and (d) 90°.
Optical microphotographs and LC orientation of the SWCNT-doped LC cell at with during (a) positive and (b) negative cycles.
Optical microphotographs of the SWCNT-doped LC cell showing an increase in the linewidth of the vertical strips at different voltages [(a) and (b) ]. (c) Line width of the vertical strips as a function of the applied voltage.
The number of stripes at two different concentrations: (a) and (b) .
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