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Liquid Crystal
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Liquefied crystal materials generally have several common characteristics. Among these are generally a rod-like molecular design, rigidness of the long axis, and strong dipoles and/or effortlessly polarizable substituents. The distinguishing characteristic from the liquid crystalline state is the tendency of the elements to point along one common axis, called the overseer. This is in contrast to molecules inside liquid phase, which don’t have any intrinsic order.

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