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LIQUID CRYSTAL COLOR CHANGE
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Flashlight Beam Heats The Crystals Causing Change
When exposed to differences in temp. between 77 deg.F & 90 deg.F cholesteric liquid crystals change color. They exhibit the flow and optical properties of a crystal in that they scatter light selectively.
Copyright:© 1990 Richard Megna - Fundamental Photographs
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