A statistical theory of liquid crystalline mixtures. Components of different size

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The Humphries-James-Luckhurst theory of liquid crystalline mixtures is extended to include different sized components. The theory is able to predict the concentration dependence of the nematic-isotropic transition temperature for the binary mixture of 4,4'-dimethoxyazoxybenzene and 4,4'-di-n-hexyloxyazoxybenzene in complete accord with experiment. © 1973.

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Humphries, R. L., & Luckhurst, G. R. (1973). A statistical theory of liquid crystalline mixtures. Components of different size. Chemical Physics Letters, 23(4), 567–570. https://doi.org/10.1016/0009-2614(73)89030-X

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