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Influence of the Ion Contamination in Nematic Liquid Crystal Displays on the Transmission-Voltage Relationship in Active Matrix Addressing Mode. Proceedings of the 14th International Display Research Conference, Society for Information Display, pp. 1 91-194, Monterey, 1994.

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Colpaert, Chris, Bart Maximus, and CM GROENEVELDT. “Influence of the Ion Contamination in Nematic Liquid Crystal Displays on the Transmission-Voltage Relationship in Active Matrix Addressing Mode. Proceedings of the 14th International Display Research Conference, Society for Information Display, Pp. 1 91-194, Monterey, 1994.” In .
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Colpaert, C., Maximus, B., & GROENEVELDT, C. (n.d.). Influence of the Ion Contamination in Nematic Liquid Crystal Displays on the Transmission-Voltage Relationship in Active Matrix Addressing Mode. Proceedings of the 14th International Display Research Conference, Society for Information Display, pp. 1 91-194, Monterey, 1994.
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Colpaert C, Maximus B, GROENEVELDT C. Influence of the Ion Contamination in Nematic Liquid Crystal Displays on the Transmission-Voltage Relationship in Active Matrix Addressing Mode. Proceedings of the 14th International Display Research Conference, Society for Information Display, pp. 1 91-194, Monterey, 1994.
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Colpaert, Chris, Bart Maximus, and CM GROENEVELDT. “Influence of the Ion Contamination in Nematic Liquid Crystal Displays on the Transmission-Voltage Relationship in Active Matrix Addressing Mode. Proceedings of the 14th International Display Research Conference, Society for Information Display, Pp. 1 91-194, Monterey, 1994.” Print.
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