Scanning near-field optical microscopy of cholesteric liquid crystals

Huser T, Lacoste T, Heinzelmann H, Kitzerow HS (1998)
The Journal of Chemical Physics 108(18): 7876-7880.

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We have studied glasslike cholesteric liquid crystals by means of scanning near-field optical microscopy. A periodic modulation of the optical polarization was used in order to achieve an optical contrast due to the birefringence of the liquid crystal. Variation of the cholesteric pitch indicates an optical resolution of approximate to 200 nm for a wavelength of 633 nm. (C) 1998 American Institute of Physics.
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The Journal of Chemical Physics
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108
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7876-7880
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Huser T, Lacoste T, Heinzelmann H, Kitzerow HS. Scanning near-field optical microscopy of cholesteric liquid crystals. The Journal of Chemical Physics. 1998;108(18):7876-7880.
Huser, T., Lacoste, T., Heinzelmann, H., & Kitzerow, H. S. (1998). Scanning near-field optical microscopy of cholesteric liquid crystals. The Journal of Chemical Physics, 108(18), 7876-7880. doi:10.1063/1.476224
Huser, T., Lacoste, T., Heinzelmann, H., and Kitzerow, H. S. (1998). Scanning near-field optical microscopy of cholesteric liquid crystals. The Journal of Chemical Physics 108, 7876-7880.
Huser, T., et al., 1998. Scanning near-field optical microscopy of cholesteric liquid crystals. The Journal of Chemical Physics, 108(18), p 7876-7880.
T. Huser, et al., “Scanning near-field optical microscopy of cholesteric liquid crystals”, The Journal of Chemical Physics, vol. 108, 1998, pp. 7876-7880.
Huser, T., Lacoste, T., Heinzelmann, H., Kitzerow, H.S.: Scanning near-field optical microscopy of cholesteric liquid crystals. The Journal of Chemical Physics. 108, 7876-7880 (1998).
Huser, Thomas, Lacoste, Th., Heinzelmann, H., and Kitzerow, H. S. “Scanning near-field optical microscopy of cholesteric liquid crystals”. The Journal of Chemical Physics 108.18 (1998): 7876-7880.