TRANS,TRANS-4-PROPENYL-4''-PROPYL-BICYCLOHEXYL 279246-65-0

TRANS,TRANS-4-PROPENYL-4''-PROPYL-BICYCLOHEXYL 279246-65-0

TRANS,TRANS-4-PROPENYL-4''-PROPYL-BICYCLOHEXYL Liquid crystals have properties between those of conventional liquid and those of solid crystal. For instance, a liquid crystal shows fluidity like a liquid, but it also demonstrates optical anisotropy like a crystal. Liquid crystal molecules are directionally oriented, but positionally not oriented. Small molecule-based and polymer-based liquid crystals are known. The structure of a liquid crystal involves rigid π-electron systems bearing flexible long alkyl chains. Many liquid crystal molecules are calamitic shaped with a group for polarization, but planar molecules are also known. We can control the temperature which shows a liquid crystal phase by modifying the length of alkyl chain. A practical liquid crystal has a mesophase around room temperature. In addition to an application for a liquid crystal display, liquid crystal materials are expected to be organic semiconductors. A semiconductor having a liquid crystal phase, the so-called liquid crystal semiconductor, spontaneously undergoes a molecular orientation and self-assembly.
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Name:TRANS,TRANS-4-PROPENYL-4''-PROPYL-BICYCLOHEXYL;(trans,trans)-4-(1E)-1-Propenyl-4'-propyl-1,1'-bicyclohexy

CAS: 279246-65-0

EINECS: N/A

MF:  C18H32

MW:248.451

Melting point:43.0 to 47.0 °C

Appearance: white powder

Purity:99%

Package:5g 25g 25kg bulk package

Availability: In stock

Applications: Intermediate of liquid crystal material


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TRANS,TRANS-4-PROPENYL-4''-PROPYL-BICYCLOHEXYL Liquid crystals have properties between those of conventional liquid and those of solid crystal. For instance, a liquid crystal shows fluidity like a liquid, but it also demonstrates optical anisotropy like a crystal. Liquid crystal molecules are directionally oriented, but positionally not oriented. Small molecule-based and polymer-based liquid crystals are known. The structure of a liquid crystal involves rigid π-electron systems bearing flexible long alkyl chains. Many liquid crystal molecules are calamitic shaped with a group for polarization, but planar molecules are also known. We can control the temperature which shows a liquid crystal phase by modifying the length of alkyl chain. A practical liquid crystal has a mesophase around room temperature. In addition to an application for a liquid crystal display, liquid crystal materials are expected to be organic semiconductors. A semiconductor having a liquid crystal phase, the so-called liquid crystal semiconductor, spontaneously undergoes a molecular orientation and self-assembly.


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