Subject: Is magnetic allignment of liquid crystal material possible?
Date: Sun Mar 1 03:32:15 1998
Posted by Wayne Wickenkamp
Grade level: other
School: No school entered.
City: Oskaloosa State/Province: Iowa
Area of science: Engineering
Ive read that liquid crystal molecules can be alligned with magnetic
fields. Ive tried doing this with small iron magnets and non-backlit
wrist watch LCDs but havent had any luck. Is this something that can
be done, or do I have to use electricity?
Re: Is magnetic allignment of liquid crystal material possible?
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