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The Birth Of The Clinic : An Archaeology Of Medical Perception

M. Foucault, A. Sheridan
Published 1974 · Medicine

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An electro-optical device comprises a layer of a Schiff base type liquid crystal, means for supporting the liquid crystal layer and means for applying an electric field to the liquid crystal layer, where the liquid crystal contains a small amount of an alkyl iodide compound. This liquid crystal composition has improved dynamic scattering mode properties, so that the device can be operated by simple driving means such as multiplexing.

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