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Ionic N-Phenylpyridinium Tetracatenar Mesogens: Competing Driving Forces in Mesophase Formation and Unprecedented Difference in Phase Stabilisation within an Homologous Series

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Ionic N-Phenylpyridinium Tetracatenar Mesogens : Competing Driving Forces in Mesophase Formation and Unprecedented Difference in Phase Stabilisation within an Homologous Series. / Herod, Jordan David; Bates, Martin Alexander; Whitwood, Adrian C.; Bruce, Duncan Watson.

In: Soft Matter, Vol. 15, No. 22, 15.05.2019, p. 4432-4436.

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Herod, JD, Bates, MA, Whitwood, AC & Bruce, DW 2019, 'Ionic N-Phenylpyridinium Tetracatenar Mesogens: Competing Driving Forces in Mesophase Formation and Unprecedented Difference in Phase Stabilisation within an Homologous Series', Soft Matter, vol. 15, no. 22, pp. 4432-4436. https://doi.org/10.1039/c9sm00846b

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Herod, J. D., Bates, M. A., Whitwood, A. C., & Bruce, D. W. (2019). Ionic N-Phenylpyridinium Tetracatenar Mesogens: Competing Driving Forces in Mesophase Formation and Unprecedented Difference in Phase Stabilisation within an Homologous Series. Soft Matter, 15(22), 4432-4436. https://doi.org/10.1039/c9sm00846b

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Herod JD, Bates MA, Whitwood AC, Bruce DW. Ionic N-Phenylpyridinium Tetracatenar Mesogens: Competing Driving Forces in Mesophase Formation and Unprecedented Difference in Phase Stabilisation within an Homologous Series. Soft Matter. 2019 May 15;15(22):4432-4436. https://doi.org/10.1039/c9sm00846b

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Herod, Jordan David ; Bates, Martin Alexander ; Whitwood, Adrian C. ; Bruce, Duncan Watson. / Ionic N-Phenylpyridinium Tetracatenar Mesogens : Competing Driving Forces in Mesophase Formation and Unprecedented Difference in Phase Stabilisation within an Homologous Series. In: Soft Matter. 2019 ; Vol. 15, No. 22. pp. 4432-4436.

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abstract = "Ionic, tetracatenar liquid crystals containing an N-phenylpyridinum core are described; many of these compounds display a SmA phase, something extremely rare in tetracatenar materials. The competing forces driving mesophase formation lead to an unprecedented difference in phase stabilities for SmA and Colh phases.",
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