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Filling a gap in current literature, Liquid Crystals in Materials Chemistry focuses on non-traditional areas of liquid crystal materials that are experiencing a significant growth in research activity. The book consists of reviews and articles highlighting recent progress in different areas of liquid crystals research, targeting three areas of contemporary liquid crystal research: nanostructured materials and liquid crystals, liquid crystalline materials for organic electronics, and light-driven materials based on liquid crystals. Authors Eichhorn and Williams address structure-property issues that are significant to chemists, materials scientists, physicists, and chemical and mechanical engineers.