The authors experimentally demonstrate an electrically switchable gratings based on polymer-stabilized, field-induced two-dimensional square-lattice pattern of a cholesteric liquid crystal. A dependence of the two-dimensional diffraction patterns with the magnitude of applied voltage is observed for before and after the polymer stabilization. The diffraction efficiency reaches 84% calculated for the zero order light intensity at the applied voltage of 0.23 V/mu m for a 10 mu m thick sample.
Applied Physics Letters
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Kang, Shin-Woong; Chien, Liang-Chy (2007). Field-Induced and Polymer-Stabilized Two-Dimensional Cholesteric Liquid Crystal Gratings. Applied Physics Letters 90(22) doi: 10.1063/1.2745198. Retrieved from https://oaks.kent.edu/cpippubs/143