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Grossmann, S. ; Weyrauch, T. ; Saal, S. ; Haase, W. (2001):
Characterization of NLO-materials for photonic application.
In: Anisotropic organic materials. Hrsg.: R. Glaser u. P. Kaszynski. - Washington, D.C. 2001 = ACS Symposium Series. S. 2-15, [Conference or Workshop Item]

Soto Bustamante, Eduardo A. ; Yablonskii, S. V. ; Werner, R. ; Weyrauch, T. ; Navarrete-Encina, P. ; Haase, W. (2000):
Antiferroelectricity in achiral mesogenic mixtures of organic materials.
322, In: Chemical physics letters, pp. 45-50. [Article]

Yablonskii, S. V. ; Weyrauch, T. ; Grossmann, S. ; Werner, R. ; Soto Bustamante, E. A. ; Haase, W. ; Yudin, S. G. ; Blinov, L. M. (2000):
Corona-charged thin films composed from antiferroelectric solid mixtures of a achiral side-chain liquid crystalline polymers and their monomers.
247, In: Ferroelectrics, pp. 343-354. [Article]

Ivanov, N. R. ; Pikin, S. A. ; Ganzke, D. ; Weyrauch, T. ; Haase, W. (2000):
Decoration of solid state ferroelectric domains by the help of ferroelectric liquid crystals.
244, In: Ferroelectrics, (1), pp. 361-371. [Article]

Andreev, A. L. ; Pozhidaev, E. P. ; Kompanets, I. N. ; Fedosenkova, T. B. ; Zyryanov, V. Y. ; Smorgon, S. L. ; Weyrauch, T. ; Haase, W. (2000):
Saturation voltage and elastic energy of polymer dispersed ferroelectric liquid crystal films.
243, In: Ferroelectrics, (1), pp. 189-196. [Article]

Grossmann, S. ; Weyrauch, T. ; Haase, W. (1999):
Investigations on multilayer polymer films under DC electric field.
20, In: Nonlinear optics, pp. 223-235. [Article]

Haase, Wolfgang ; Saal, S. ; Grossmann, S. ; Weyrauch, T. (1999):
Mobility of dyes in polymer matrix: frequency dependent electroabsorption.
In: Spie (Society for Photo-Optical Instrumentation Engineers) Proceedings, 3623, pp. 159-166, [Conference or Workshop Item]

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