Shape selection of twist-nematic-elastomer ribbons.

@article{Sawa2011ShapeSO,
  title={Shape selection of twist-nematic-elastomer ribbons.},
  author={Yoshiki Sawa and Fangfu Ye and Kenji Urayama and Toshikazu Takigawa and Vianney Gimenez-Pinto and Robin L. B. Selinger and J V Selinger},
  journal={Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America},
  year={2011},
  volume={108 16},
  pages={6364-8}
}
How microscopic chirality is reflected in macroscopic scale to form various chiral shapes, such as straight helicoids and spiral ribbons, and how the degree of macroscopic chirality can be controlled are a focus of studies on the shape formation of many biomaterials and supramolecular systems. This article investigates both experimentally and theoretically how the chiral arrangement of liquid crystal mesogens in twist-nematic-elastomer films induces the formation of helicoids and spiral ribbons… CONTINUE READING

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