11.8 At three different temperatures, Ti, T, and T, the molecules in a liquid crystal align in these ways: 2.1 5EL6 Тз T2 T1 (a) At which temperature or temperatures is the substance in a liquid crystalline state? At those temperatures, which type of liquid crystalline phase is depicted? (b) Which is the highest of these three temperatures? [Section 11.7)

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11.8 At three different temperatures, Ti, T, and T, the molecules
in a liquid crystal align in these ways:
2.1
5EL6
Тз
T2
T1
(a) At which temperature or temperatures is the substance
in a liquid crystalline state? At those temperatures, which
type of liquid crystalline phase is depicted? (b) Which is the
highest of these three temperatures? [Section 11.7)
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11.8 At three different temperatures, Ti, T, and T, the molecules in a liquid crystal align in these ways: 2.1 5EL6 Тз T2 T1 (a) At which temperature or temperatures is the substance in a liquid crystalline state? At those temperatures, which type of liquid crystalline phase is depicted? (b) Which is the highest of these three temperatures? [Section 11.7)

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