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Electro-chemical activity in liquid crystal on silicon microdisplays

Dieter Cuypers (UGent) , Herbert De Smet (UGent) , Jelle De Smet (UGent) , Pankaj Joshi (UGent) , Xiaobing Shang (UGent) and André Van Calster (UGent)
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In reflective liquid crystal devices that have an asymmetric electrode structure, an internal cell voltage is often present that interferes with the proper functioning of the device. Contrary to transmissive devices, this internal voltage cannot be attributed solely to ionic charges in the liquid crystal. Based on extensive measurements, an electro-chemical model is developed and validated, providing a complete explanation for the generation and the dynamic behavior of the internal voltage in asymmetric liquid crystal devices. A possible solution for eliminating the occurrence of the internal voltage is also provided.
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flicker, LCOS

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Cuypers, Dieter et al. “Electro-chemical Activity in Liquid Crystal on Silicon Microdisplays.” Ed. Ioannis Kymissis. Journal of the Society for Information Display 22.9 (2015): 457–464. Print.
APA
Cuypers, D., De Smet, H., De Smet, J., Joshi, P., Shang, X., & Van Calster, A. (2015). Electro-chemical activity in liquid crystal on silicon microdisplays. (I. Kymissis, Ed.)Journal of the Society for Information Display, 22(9), 457–464.
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Cuypers, Dieter, Herbert De Smet, Jelle De Smet, Pankaj Joshi, Xiaobing Shang, and André Van Calster. 2015. “Electro-chemical Activity in Liquid Crystal on Silicon Microdisplays.” Ed. Ioannis Kymissis. Journal of the Society for Information Display 22 (9): 457–464.
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Cuypers, Dieter, Herbert De Smet, Jelle De Smet, Pankaj Joshi, Xiaobing Shang, and André Van Calster. 2015. “Electro-chemical Activity in Liquid Crystal on Silicon Microdisplays.” Ed. Ioannis Kymissis. Journal of the Society for Information Display 22 (9): 457–464.
Vancouver
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Cuypers D, De Smet H, De Smet J, Joshi P, Shang X, Van Calster A. Electro-chemical activity in liquid crystal on silicon microdisplays. Kymissis I, editor. Journal of the Society for Information Display. Wiley; 2015;22(9):457–64.
IEEE
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D. Cuypers, H. De Smet, J. De Smet, P. Joshi, X. Shang, and A. Van Calster, “Electro-chemical activity in liquid crystal on silicon microdisplays,” Journal of the Society for Information Display, vol. 22, no. 9, pp. 457–464, 2015.
@article{5912620,
  abstract     = {In reflective liquid crystal devices that have an asymmetric electrode structure, an internal cell voltage is often present that interferes with the proper functioning of the device. Contrary to transmissive devices, this internal voltage cannot be attributed solely to ionic charges in the liquid crystal. Based on extensive measurements, an electro-chemical model is developed and validated, providing a complete explanation for the generation and the dynamic behavior of the internal voltage in asymmetric liquid crystal devices. A possible solution for eliminating the occurrence of the internal voltage is also provided.},
  author       = {Cuypers, Dieter and De Smet, Herbert and De Smet, Jelle and Joshi, Pankaj and Shang, Xiaobing and Van Calster, André},
  editor       = {Kymissis, Ioannis},
  issn         = {1938-3657},
  journal      = {Journal of the Society for Information Display},
  keywords     = {flicker,LCOS},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {9},
  pages        = {457--464},
  publisher    = {Wiley},
  title        = {Electro-chemical activity in liquid crystal on silicon microdisplays},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/jsid.255},
  volume       = {22},
  year         = {2015},
}

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