Abstract

Color patterns can be created by applying different electrical voltages over various regions of an ordered latex dispersion. From electrically induced changes in diffraction patterns, which consisted of a bright halo containing a dark ring that was obtained by illuminating and observing the latex dispersion normally, the structure of the latex dispersion responsible for the color changes can be deduced.

© 1984 Optical Society of America

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