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Can Crystals Be Liquids ? ask Dr.Sandeep Kumar

Activity by Ayyappan Nair   |   added on Jul 09, 2011   |   India Official_iyc_logo

Sponsor(s): Oracle Education Foundation and Raman Research Institute

Interactive session for students of Grades X and above on 22nd July at BGS NPS, Bangalore

Prof Sandeep Kumar will interact with the students and Chemistry faculty of Bangalore schools on 22nd at 10 am .The venue will be BGS National Public School, Bangalore. The interaction will cover Introduction, Classification, History, Synthesis, characterization and application of Liquid Crystals.

Liquid Crystal Display (LCD), use of thermotropic calamitic nematic liquid crystals in displays.

Discotic Liquid Crystals and their applications etc.

This will be followed by Question Answer Session .Students from Kendriya Vidyalaya Wellington,DAV Pusphpanjali Enclave,Pitampura, New Delhi and Amal International ,Colombo will be connected on skype.

This program is being conducted in collaboration with Oracle Education Foundation.


Topic: celebrating chemistry Audience: students of grade x and above

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Ayyappan Nair | Jul 14, 2011 03:40AM

Presentaion on "Can Chrystals be Liquid ?"  contains introduction,classification,history,synthesis,characterisation and appreciation of liquid chrystals etc. It is being conducted by Dr.Sandeep Kumat of RRI Bangalore. Students from grade X and above will benefit a lot from this interaction.  

Ayyappan Nair | Jul 14, 2011 03:58AM

The topic will essentially cover

The Title of the talk could be “Can Crystals be Liquid?”

This one hour talk may cover”

1.    Introduction, classification, history, synthesis,     characterization and some applications of liquid crystals.

2.    Liquid crystal display (LCD), use of thermo tropic calamitic pneumatic liquid crystals in displays.

3.    Thermo chromic liquid crystals.

4.    Discotic liquid crystals and their applications.

5.    Organic photovoltaic and discotic liquid crystals

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