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“…The obtained heat capacity anomalies of this work unambiguously reveal the first-order nature of this transition even for high crosslinking concentrations. The phase coexistence range is considerably increased with respect to the I-SmC phase transition of conventional liquid crystals [36], similar to what has been recently observed in nematic main-chain [20] as well as side-chain elastomers [19]. The transition exhibits a steep peak for the pure sample without the azobenzene dye in spite of its high crosslinking concentration of 10.0 mol%.…”
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“…The obtained heat capacity anomalies of this work unambiguously reveal the first-order nature of this transition even for high crosslinking concentrations. The phase coexistence range is considerably increased with respect to the I-SmC phase transition of conventional liquid crystals [36], similar to what has been recently observed in nematic main-chain [20] as well as side-chain elastomers [19]. The transition exhibits a steep peak for the pure sample without the azobenzene dye in spite of its high crosslinking concentration of 10.0 mol%.…”
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“…In liquid crystals the compounds that undergo a direct transition to smectic phases exhibit a typical phase coexistence range from 100 mK to 1 K [36,37]. In smectic elastomers, the transition retains its first-order character even for high crosslinking densities, although the coexistence range increases remarkably.…”
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“…3 Although a clear DSC peak was observed at the phase transition between the usual Blue phase and the IsoLiq phase in e.g. cholesteryl nonanoate, 19 (R,S)-FPPY did not exhibit any clear peaks in this temperature region. 14 According to high sensitivity AC calorimetry, however, a very small and broad peak was observed in a wide temperature range over more than 20 uC.…”
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“…Some studies on the SmX phase have been undertaken, e.g. X-ray analysis [22], DSC [22,23] and electro-optical analysis [24]. Some authors reported that the dielectric characteristic in the SmX phase of the FLCs is very poor [25].…”
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