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Liquid-crystal medium (патент US № 8399073)

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Классы МПК:C09K19/30 ....содержащие насыщенные или ненасыщенные неароматические кольца, например циклогексановые кольца
C09K19/12 .....не менее двух бензольных колец, связанных непосредственно, например бифенилы
C09K19/34 ...содержащие по крайней мере одно гетероциклическое кольцо
C09K19/32 ...содержащие конденсированные циклические системы, например конденсированные, мостиковые или спиро-конденсированные циклические системы
C09K19/20 .....связанных цепью, содержащей атомы углерода и кислорода в качестве звеньев цепи, например сложные эфиры
Автор(ы):Klasen-memmer, Melanie (Heuchelheim, DE)
Bremer, Matthias (Darmstadt, DE)
Schneider, Konstantin (Bad Camberg, DE)
Pauluth, Detlef (Ober-Ramstadt, DE)
Патентообладатель(и):Merck Patent Gesellschaft mit Beschränkter Haftung (Darmstadt, DE)
Приоритеты:
подача заявки
17.12.2009
публикация патента
19.03.2013

РЕФЕРАТ (Abstract)

The invention relates to a liquid-crystalline medium having negative dielectric anisotropy which comprises at least one compound of the formula I

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in which

  • R1, R1* and a have the meanings indicated in Claim 1,
  • and to the use thereof for an active-matrix display, in particular based on the VA, PS-VA, PALC, FFS or IPS effect.

ФОРМУЛА ИЗОБРЕТЕНИЯ (CLAIMS)

The invention relates to a liquid-crystalline medium having negative dielectric anisotropy which comprises at least one compound of the formula I

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in which

  • R1 and R1* each, independently of one another, denote an alkyl radical having 1-6 C atoms, and
  • a denotes 0 or 1.

Media of this type can be used, in particular, for electro-optical displays having active-matrix addressing based on the ECB effect and for IPS (in-plane switching) displays or FFS (fringe field switching) displays.

The principle of electrically controlled birefringence, the ECB effect or also DAP (deformation of aligned phases) effect, was described for the first time in 1971 (M. F. Schieckel and K. Fahrenschon, “Deformation of nematic liquid crystals with vertical orientation in electrical fields”, Appl. Phys. Lett. 19 (1971), 3912). This was followed by papers by J. F. Kahn (Appl. Phys. Lett. 20 (1972), 1193) and G. Labrunie and J. Robert (J. Appl. Phys. 44 (1973), 4869).

The papers by J. Robert and F. Clerc (SID 80 Digest Techn. Papers (1980), 30), J. Duchene (Displays 7 (1986), 3) and H. Schad (SID 82 Digest Techn. Papers (1982), 244) showed that liquid-crystalline phases must have high values for the ratio of the elastic constants K3/K1, high values for the optical anisotropy Δn and values for the dielectric anisotropy of Δε≦−0.5 in order to be suitable for use in high-information display elements based on the ECB effect. Electro-optical display elements based on the ECB effect have a homeotropic edge alignment (VA technology=vertically aligned). Dielectrically negative liquid-crystal media can also be used in displays which use the so-called IPS or FFS effect.

Displays which use the ECB effect, as so-called VAN (vertically aligned nematic) displays, for example in the MVA (multi-domain vertical alignment, for example: Yoshide, H. et al., paper 3.1: “MVA LCD for Notebook or Mobile PCs . . . ”, SID 2004 International Symposium, Digest of Technical Papers, XXXV, Book I, pp. 6 to 9, and Liu, C. T. et al., paper 15.1: “A 46-inch TFT-LCD HDTV Technology . . . ”, SID 2004 International Symposium, Digest of Technical Papers, XXXV, Book II, pp. 750 to 753), PVA (patterned vertical alignment, for example: Kim, Sang Soo, paper 15.4: “Super PVA Sets New State-of-the-Art for LCD-TV”, SID 2004 International Symposium, Digest of Technical Papers, XXXV, Book II, pp. 760 to 763), ASV (advanced super view, for example: Shigeta, Mitzuhiro and Fukuoka, Hirofumi, paper 15.2: “Development of High Quality LCDTV”, SID 2004 International Symposium, Digest of Technical Papers, XXXV, Book II, pp. 754 to 757) modes, have established themselves as one of the three more recent types of liquid-crystal display that are currently the most important, in particular for television applications, besides IPS (in-plane switching) displays (for example: Yea, S. D., paper 15.3: “An LC Display for the TV Application”, SID 2004 International Symposium, Digest of Technical Papers, XXXV, Book II, pp. 758 & 759) and the long-known TN (twisted nematic) displays. The technologies are compared in general form, for example, in Souk, Jun, SID Seminar 2004, seminar M-6: “Recent Advances in LCD Technology”, Seminar Lecture Notes, M-6/1 to M-6/26, and Miller, Ian, SID Seminar 2004, seminar M-7: “LCD-Television”, Seminar Lecture Notes, M-7/1 to M-7/32. Although the response times of modern ECB displays have already been significantly improved by addressing methods with overdrive, for example: Kim, Hyeon Kyeong et al., paper 9.1: “A 57-in. Wide UXGA TFT-LCD for HDTV Application”, SID 2004 International Symposium, Digest of Technical Papers, XXXV, Book I, pp. 106 to 109, the achievement of video-compatible response times, in particular on switching of grey shades, is still a problem which has not yet been satisfactorily solved.

Industrial application of this effect in electro-optical display elements requires LC phases, which have to satisfy a multiplicity of requirements. Particularly important here are chemical resistance to moisture, air and physical influences, such as heat, infrared, visible and ultraviolet radiation and direct and alternating electric fields.

Furthermore, industrially usable LC phases are required to have a liquid-crystalline mesophase in a suitable temperature range and low viscosity.

None of the hitherto-disclosed series of compounds having a liquid-crystalline mesophase includes a single compound which meets all these requirements. Mixtures of two to 25, preferably three to 18, compounds are therefore generally prepared in order to obtain substances which can be used as LC phases. However, it has not been possible to prepare optimum phases easily in this way since no liquid-crystal materials having significantly negative dielectric anisotropy and adequate long-term stability were hitherto available.

Matrix liquid-crystal displays (MLC displays) are known. Non-linear elements which can be used for individual switching of the individual pixels are, for example, active elements (i.e. transistors). The term “active matrix” is then used, where a distinction can be made between two types:

  • 1. MOS (metal oxide semiconductor) transistors on a silicon wafer as substrate
  • 2. thin-film transistors (TFTs) on a glass plate as substrate.

In the case of type 1, the electro-optical effect used is usually dynamic scattering or the guest-host effect. The use of single-crystal silicon as substrate material restricts the display size, since even modular assembly of various part-displays results in problems at the joints.

In the case of the more promising type 2, which is preferred, the electro-optical effect used is usually the TN effect.

A distinction is made between two technologies: TFTs comprising compound semiconductors, such as, for example, CdSe, or TFTs based on polycrystalline or amorphous silicon. The latter technology is being worked on intensively worldwide.

The TFT matrix is applied to the inside of one glass plate of the display, while the other glass plate carries the transparent counterelectrode on its inside. Compared with the size of the pixel electrode, the TFT is very small and has virtually no adverse effect on the image. This technology can also be extended to fully colour-capable displays, in which a mosaic of red, green and blue filters is arranged in such a way that a filter element is opposite each switchable pixel.

The TFT displays disclosed hitherto usually operate as TN cells with crossed polarisers in transmission and are back-lit.

The term MLC displays here covers any matrix display with integrated non-linear elements, i.e. besides the active matrix, also displays with passive elements, such as varistors or diodes (MIM=metal-insulator-metal).

MLC displays of this type are particularly suitable for TV applications (for example pocket TVs) or for high-information displays in automobile or aircraft construction. Besides problems regarding the angle dependence of the contrast and the response times, difficulties also arise in MLC displays due to insufficiently high specific resistance of the liquid-crystal mixtures [TOGASHI, S., SEKIGUCHI, K., TANABE, H., YAMAMOTO, E., SORIMACHI, K., TAMA, E., WATANABE, H., SHIMIZU, H., Proc. Eurodisplay 84, September 1984: A 210-288 Matrix LCD Controlled by Double Stage Diode Rings, pp. 141 ff., Paris; STROMER, M., Proc. Eurodisplay 84, September 1984: Design of Thin Film Transistors for Matrix Addressing of Television Liquid Crystal Displays, pp. 145 ff., Paris]. With decreasing resistance, the contrast of an MLC display deteriorates. Since the specific resistance of the liquid-crystal mixture generally drops over the life of an MLC display owing to interaction with the inside surfaces of the display, a high (initial) resistance is very important for displays that have to have acceptable resistance values over a long operating period.

The disadvantages of the MLC-TN displays disclosed hitherto are their comparatively low contrast, the relatively high viewing-angle dependence and the difficulty in producing grey shades in these displays.

There thus continues to be a great demand for MLC displays having very high specific resistance at the same time as a large working-temperature range, short response times and a low threshold voltage with the aid of which various grey shades can be produced.

For television applications in particular, it is very important to achieve short response times. In order to achieve this, the dielectrically neutral compounds used in ECB or VA applications are, in particular, compounds of the formulae

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where R1═H or CH3

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since these are distinguished by particularly low rotational viscosities and very good solubilities.

In LCD television applications, reliability problems frequently occur, such as, for example, image sticking, i.e. apparent “burning-in” of the image if the display has been addressed over an extended time.

This problem frequently only occurs after extended operating times of the television sets. The cause is frequently regarded as being the long exposure time to the backlight at the same time as increased operating temperatures, which can result in still unexplained processes in the display, for example an interaction between alignment layer and a liquid-crystal mixture. On the pad of the liquid-crystal mixture, the cause of the occurrence of image sticking problems is regarded as being the neutral alkenyl compounds frequently used, which are, for example, mentioned above.

The invention is based on the object of providing liquid-crystal mixtures, in particular for monitor and TV applications, which are based on the ECB effect or on the IPS or FFS effect, which do not have the above-mentioned disadvantages or only do so to a reduced extent. In particular, it must be ensured for monitors and televisions that they also operate at extremely high and extremely low temperatures and at the same time have short response times and at the same time have improved reliability behaviour, in particular have no or significantly reduced image sticking after long operating times.

Surprisingly, it has now been found that this object can be achieved if nematic liquid-crystal mixtures which comprise at least one compound of the formula I

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in which

  • R1 and R1* each, independently of one another, denote an alkyl radical having 1 to 6 C atoms, and
  • a denotes 0 or 1,
    are used in these display elements.

The use of the compounds of the formula I in VA mixtures is known, for example, from EP 0 474 062 B1, U.S. Pat. No. 6,066,268, JP H11-228966, JP H11-236567, EP 1 106 671 B1, U.S. 2005/0230661.

In contrast to the prior art, the negative dielectric anisotropy mixture concept according to the invention is distinguished by short response times at the same time as good low-temperature stability, in spite of the absence of neutral alkenyl compounds.

The invention thus relates to a liquid-crystalline medium which comprises at least one compound of the formula I.

The mixtures according to the invention preferably exhibit very broad sematic phase ranges having clearing points ≧60° C., preferably ≧65° C., in particular ≧70° C., very favourable values for the capacitive threshold, relatively high values for the holding ratio and at the same time very good low-temperature stabilities at −30° C. and −40° C., as well as very low rotational viscosities and short response times. The mixtures according to the invention are furthermore distinguished by the fact that, in addition to the improvement in the rotational viscosity γ1, an increase in the elastic constants K33 for improving the response times is observed, and they exhibit improved reliability behaviour.

Some preferred embodiments of the mixtures according to the invention are indicated below:

  • a) R1 and R1* in the formula I denote straight-chain alkyl, in particular C2H5, n-C3H7, n-C4H9, furthermore n-C5H11, n-C6H13. Particularly preferably, R1 denotes n-C3H7 and R1* denotes CH3, C2H5 or n-C3H7.
  • b) Liquid-crystalline medium which comprises one, two, three, four or more, preferably one, two or three, compounds of the formula I.
  • c) Liquid-crystalline medium in which the proportion of compounds of the formula I in the mixture as a whole is ≧3% by weight, preferably ≧10% by weight, particularly preferably ≧15% by weight. Particular preference is given to liquid-crystalline media which comprise 3-50%, preferably 25-35%, of one or more compounds of the formula I. Compounds of the formula I where a=0 are preferably present in the mixture in amounts of 15-35%. Compounds of the formula I where a=1 are preferably present in the mixture in amounts of 3-30%.
  • d) Preferred compounds of the formula I are the compounds of the formulae I-1 to I-6:

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    • Mixtures according to the invention preferably comprise the compounds of the formulae I-1 and/or I-2, preferably in amounts of 5-30%.
    • The medium according to the invention particularly preferably comprises the tricyclic compounds of the formula I-1 and/or of the formula I-2 in combination with one or more bicyclic compounds of the formulae I-3 to I-6. The total proportion of the compounds of the formulae I-1 and/or I-2 in combination with one or more compounds selected from the bicyclic compounds of the formulae I-3 to I-6 is preferably 5-40%, very particularly preferably 15-35%.
    • Very particularly preferred mixtures comprise the compounds I-1 and I-3:

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    • The compounds I-1 and I-3 are preferably present in the mixture in a concentration of 15-35%, particularly preferably 15-25% and especially preferably 18-22%, based on the mixture as a whole.
    • Very particularly preferred mixtures comprise the compounds I-2 and I-3:

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    • The compounds I-2 and I-3 are preferably present in the mixture in a concentration of 15-35%, particularly preferably 15-25% and especially preferably 18-22%, based on the mixture as a whole.
    • Very particularly preferred mixtures comprise the following three compounds:

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    • The compounds I-1, I-2 and I-3 are preferably present in the mixture in a concentration of 15-35%, particularly preferably 15-25% and especially preferably 18-22%, based on the mixture as a whole.
  • e) Liquid-crystalline medium which additionally comprises one or more compounds selected from the group of the compounds of the formulae IIA, IIB and IIC:

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    • in which
    • R2A, R2B and R2C each, independently of one another, denote H, an alkyl radical having up to 15 C atoms which is unsubstituted, monosubstituted by CN or CF3 or at least monosubstituted by halogen, where, in addition, one or more CH2 groups in these radicals may be replaced by —O—, —S—,

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    • —C≡C—, —CF2O—, —OCF2—, —OC—O— or —O—CO— in such a way that O atoms are not linked directly to one another,
    • L1-4 each, independently of one another, denote F or Cl,
    • Z2 and Z2′ each, independently of one another, denote a single bond, —CH2CH2—, —CH═CH—, —CF2O—, —OCF2—, —CH2O—, —OCH2—, —COO—, —OCO—, —C2F4—, —CF═CF—, —CH═CHCH2O—,
    • p denotes 1 or 2,
    • q denotes 0 or 1, and
    • v denotes 1 to 6.
    • In the compounds of the formulae IIA and IIB, Z2 may have identical or different meanings. In the compounds of the formula IIB, Z2 and Z2′ may have identical or different meanings.
    • In the compounds of the formulae IIA, IIB and IIC, R2A, R2B and R2C each preferably denote alkyl having 1-6 C atoms, in particular CH3, C2H5, n-C3H7, n-C4H9, n-C5H11.
    • In the compounds of the formulae IIA and IIB, L1, L2, L3 and L4 preferably denote L1=L2=F and L3=L4=F, furthermore L1=F and L2=Cl, L1=Cl and L2=F, L3=F and L4=Cl, L3=Cl and L4=F. Z2 and Z2′ in the formulae IIA and IIB preferably each, independently of one another, denote a single bond, furthermore a —C2H4— bridge.
    • If in the formula IIB Z2═—C2H4—, Z2′ is preferably a single bond or, if Z2′ ═—C2H4—, Z2 is preferably a single bond. In the compounds of the formulae IIA and IIB, (O)CvH2v+1 preferably denotes OCvH2v+1, furthermore CvH2v+1. In the compounds of the formula IIC, (O)CvH2v+1 preferably denotes CvH2v+1. In the compounds of the formula IIC, L3 and L4 preferably each denote F.
    • Preferred compounds of the formulae IIA, IIB and IIC are indicated below:

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    • in which alkyl and alkyl* each, independently of one another, denote a straight-chain alkyl radical having 1-6 C atoms.
    • Particularly preferred mixtures according to the invention comprise one or more compounds of the formulae IIA-2, IIA-8, IIA-14, IIA-29, IIA-35, IIB-2, IIB-11, IIB-16 and IIC-1.
    • The proportion of compounds of the formulae IIA and/or IIB in the mixture as a whole is preferably at least 20% by weight.
    • Particularly preferred media according to the invention comprise a compound of the formula IIC-1

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    • in which alkyl and alkyl* have the meanings indicated above, preferably in amounts of >3% by weight, in particular >5% by weight and particularly preferably 5-25% by weight.
  • f) Liquid-crystalline medium which additionally comprises one or more compounds of the formula III

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    • in which
    • R31 and R32 each, independently of one another, denote a straight-chain alkyl, alkoxyalkyl or alkoxy radical having up to 12 C atoms, and

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    • denotes

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    • Z3 denotes a single bond, —CH2CH2—, —CH═CH—, —CF2O—, —OCF2—, —CH2O—, —OCH2—, —COO—, —OCO—, —C2F4—, —C4H8—, —CF═CF—.
    • Preferred compounds of the formula III are indicated below:

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    • in which
    • alkyl and
    • alkyl* each, independently of one another, denote a straight-chain alkyl radical having 1-6 C atoms.
    • The medium according to the invention preferably comprises at least one compound of the formula IIIa and/or formula IIIb.
    • The proportion of compounds of the formula III in the mixture as a whole is preferably at least 5% by weight.
  • g) Liquid-crystalline medium additionally comprising a compound of the formula

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    • preferably in total amounts of <20% by weight, in particular <10% by weight.
    • Preference is furthermore given to mixtures according to the invention comprising the compound

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  • h) Liquid-crystalline medium which additionally comprises one or more tetracyclic compounds of the formulae

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    • in which
    • R7-10 each, independently of one another, have one of the meanings indicated for R2A in Claim 2, and
    • w and x each, independently of one another, denote 1 to 6.
  • i) Liquid-crystalline medium which additionally comprises one or more compounds of the formulae Y-1 to Y-6:

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    • in which R14-R19 each, independently of one another, denote an alkyl or alkoxy radical having 1-6 C atoms; z and m each, independently of one another, denote 1-6; x denotes 0, 1, 2 or 3.
    • The medium according to the invention particularly preferably comprises one or more compounds of the formula Y-1, preferably in amounts of ≧5% by weight.
  • j) Liquid-crystalline medium additionally comprising one or more fluorinated terphenyls of the formulae T-1 to T-20:

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    • in which
    • R denotes a straight-chain alkyl or alkoxy radical having 1-7 C atoms, and m is 1-6.
    • R preferably denotes methyl, ethyl, propyl, butyl, pentyl, hexyl, methoxy, ethoxy, propoxy, butoxy, pentoxy.
    • The medium according to the invention preferably comprises the terphenyls of the formulae T-1 to T-20 in amounts of 2-30% by weight, in particular 5-20% by weight.
    • Particular preference is given to compounds of the formulae T-1, T-2 and T-20. In these compounds, R preferably denotes alkyl, furthermore alkoxy, each having 1-5 C atoms.
    • The terphenyls are preferably employed in the mixtures according to the invention if the Δn value of the mixture is to be ≧0.1. Preferred mixtures comprise 2-20% by weight of one or more terphenyl compounds selected from the group of the compounds T-1 to T-20.
  • k) Liquid-crystalline medium additionally comprising one or more biphenyls of the formulae B-1 to B-3:

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    • in which
    • alkyl and alkyl* each, independently of one another, denote a straight-chain alkyl radical having 1-6 C atoms, and
    • alkenyl and alkenyl* each, independently of one another, denote a straight-chain alkenyl radical having 2-6 C atoms.
    • The proportion of the biphenyls of the formulae B-1 to B-3 in the mixture as a whole is preferably at least 3% by weight, in particular 5% by weight.
    • Of the compounds of the formulae B-1 to B-3, the compounds of the formula B-2 are particularly preferred.
    • Particularly preferred biphenyls are

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    • in which alkyl* denotes an alkyl radical having 1-6 C atoms. The medium according to the invention particularly preferably comprises one or more compounds of the formulae B-1a and/or B-2c.
  • l) Liquid-crystalline medium comprising at least one compound of the formulae Z-1 to Z-7:

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    • in which R and alkyl have the meanings indicated above,
  • m) Liquid-crystalline medium comprising at least one compound of the formulae O-1 to O-18:

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    • in which R1 and R2 have the meanings indicated for R2A, R1 and R2 preferably each, independently of one another, denote straight-chain alkyl.
    • Preferred media comprise one or more compounds of the formulae O-1, O-3, O-4, O-9, O-13, O-14, O-15, O-16, O-17 and/or O-18.
  • n) Preferred liquid-crystalline media according to the invention comprise one or more substances which contain a tetrahydronaphthyl or naphthyl unit, such as, for example, the compounds of the formulae N-1 to N-5:

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    • in which R1N and R2N each, independently of one another, have the meanings indicated for R2A, preferably denote straight-chain alkyl, straight-chain alkoxy or straight-chain alkenyl, and
    • Z1 and Z2 each, independently of one another, denote —C2H4—, —CH═CH—, —(CH2)4—, —(CH2)3O—, —O(CH2)3—, —CH═CHCH2CH2—, —CH2CH2CH═CH—, —CH2O—, —OCH2—, —COO—, —OCO—, —C2F4—, —CF═CF—, —CF═CH—, —CH═CF—, —CF2O—, —OCF2—, —CH2— or a single bond.
  • o) Preferred mixtures comprise one or more compounds selected from the group of the difluorodibenzochroman compounds of the formula BC, chromans of the formula CR, fluorinated phenanthrenes of the formulae PH-1 and PH-2, fluorinated dibenzofurans of the formula BF:

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    • in which
    • RB1, RB2, RCR1, RCR2, R1, R2 each, independently of one another, have the meaning of R2A. c is 0, 1 or 2.
    • The mixtures according to the invention preferably comprise the compounds of the formulae BC, CR, PH-1, PH-2 and/or BF in amounts of 3 to 20% by weight, in particular in amounts of 3 to 15% by weight. Particularly preferred compounds of the formulae BC and CR are the compounds BC-1 to BC-7 and CR-1 to CR-5:

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    • in which
    • alkyl and alkyl* each, independently of one another, denote a straight-chain alkyl radical having 1-6 C atoms, and
    • alkenyl and
    • alkenyl* each, independently of one another, denote a straight-chain alkenyl radical having 2-6 C atoms.
    • Very particular preference is given to mixtures comprising one, two or three compounds of the formula BC-2.
  • p) Preferred mixtures comprise one or more indane compounds of the formula In

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    • in which
    • R11, R12,
    • R13 each, independently of one another, denote a straight-chain alkyl, alkoxy, alkoxyalkyl or alkenyl radical having 1-6 C atoms,
    • R12 and R13 additionally denote halogen, preferably F,

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    • denotes

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    • i denotes 0, 1 or 2.
    • Preferred compounds of the formula In are the compounds of the formulae In-1 to In-16 indicated below:

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    • Particular preference is given to the compounds of the formulae In-1, In-2 and In-3.
    • The compounds of the formula In and the sub-formulae In-1 to In-16 are preferably employed in the mixtures according to the invention in concentrations ≧5% by weight, in particular 5-30% by weight and very particularly preferably 5-25% by weight.
  • q) Preferred mixtures additionally comprise one or more compounds of the formulae L-1 to L-11:

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    • in which
    • R, R1 and R2 each, independently of one another, have the meanings indicated for R2A in Claim 2, and alkyl denotes an alkyl radical having 1-6 C atoms. s denotes 1 or 2.
    • Particular preference is given to the compounds of the formulae L-1 and L-4, in particular L-4.
    • The compounds of the formulae L-1 to L-11 are preferably employed in concentrations of 5-50% by weight, in particular 5-40% by weight and very particularly preferably 10-40% by weight.

Very particularly preferred embodiments are indicated below.

The medium according to the invention comprises at feast three compounds selected from the group of the compounds of the formulae I-1 to I-6:

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    • preferably in amounts of 8-50%.

The medium according to the invention comprises the compounds of the formulae I-1 and/or I-2:

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in combination with one or more compounds of the formula

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Particularly preferred mixture concepts are indicated below: (the acronyms used are explained in Table A. n and m here each denote, independently of one another, 1-6).

The mixtures according to the invention preferably comprise

    • CPY-n-Om, in particular CPY-2-O2, CPY-3-O2 and/or CPY-5-O2, preferably in concentrations >5%, in particular 10-30%, based on the mixture as a whole,
      and/or
    • CY-n-Om, preferably CY-3-O2, CY-3-O4, CY-5-O2 and/or CY-5-O4, preferably in concentrations >5%, in particular 15-50%, based on the mixture as a whole,
      and/or
    • CCY-n-Om, preferably CCY-4-O2, CCY-3-O2, CCY-3-O3 and/or CCY-5-O2, preferably in concentrations >5%, in particular 10-30%, based on the mixture as a whole,
      and/or
    • CLY-n-Om, preferably CLY-2-O4, CLY-3-O2 and/or CLY-3-O3, preferably in concentrations >5%, in particular 10-30%, based on the mixture as a whole,
      and/or
    • CK-n-F, preferably CK-3-F, CK-4-F and/or CK-5-F, preferably in concentrations of >5%, in particular 5-25%, based on the mixture as a whole,
      where the proportion of all mesogenic compounds in the liquid-crystalline mixture according to the invention is ≦100%.

Preference is furthermore given to mixtures according to the invention which comprise the following mixture concepts:

(n and m each denote, independently of one another, 1-6.)

    • CPY-n-Om and CY-n-Om, preferably in concentrations of 10-80%, based on the mixture as a whole,
      and/or
    • CPY-n-Om and CK-n-F, preferably in concentrations of 10-70%, based on the mixture as a whole,
      and/or
    • CPY-n-Om and CK-n-F and CLY-n-Om, preferably in concentrations of 10-80%, based on the mixture as a whole, where the proportion of all mesogenic compounds in the liquid-crystalline mixture according to the invention is ≦100%.

The invention furthermore relates to an electro-optical display having active-matrix addressing based on the ECB, IPS or FFS effect, characterised in that it contains, as dielectric, a liquid-crystalline medium according to one or more of Claims 1 to 9.

The liquid-crystalline medium according to the invention preferably has a nematic phase from ≦−20° C. to ≧70° C., particularly preferably from ≦−30° C. to ≧80° C., very particularly preferably from ≦−40° C. to ≧90° C.

The expression “have a nematic phase” here means on the one hand that no smectic phase and no crystallisation are observed at low temperatures at the corresponding temperature and on the other hand that clearing still does not occur on heating from the nematic phase. The investigation at low temperatures is carried out in a flow viscometer at the corresponding temperature and checked by storage in test cells having a layer thickness corresponding to the electro-optical use for at least 100 hours. If the storage stability at a temperature of −20° C. in a corresponding test cell is 1000 h or more, the medium is referred to as stable at this temperature. At temperatures of −30° C. and −40° C., the corresponding times are 500 h and 250 h respectively. At high temperatures, the clearing point is measured by conventional methods in capillaries.

The liquid-crystal mixture preferably has a nematic phase range of at least 60 K and a flow viscosity ν20 of at most 30 mm2·s−1 at 20° C.

The values of the birefringence Δn in the liquid-crystal mixture are generally between 0.07 and 0.16, preferably between 0.08 and 0.12.

The liquid-crystal mixture according to the invention has a Δε of −0.5 to −8.0, in particular −3.0 to −6.0, where Δε denotes the dielectric anisotropy. The rotational viscosity γ1 at 20° C. is preferably 165 mPa·s, in particular ≦140 mPa·s.

The liquid-crystal media according to the invention have relatively low values for the threshold voltage (V0). They are preferably in the range from 1.7 V to 3.0 V, particularly preferably ≦2.75 V and very particularly preferably ≦2.4 V.

For the present invention, the term “threshold voltage” relates to the capacitive threshold (V0), also known as the Freedericks threshold, unless explicitly indicated otherwise.

In addition, the liquid-crystal media according to the invention have high values for the voltage holding ratio, in particular after exposure to display backlights, in liquid-crystal cells.

In general, liquid-crystal media having a low addressing voltage or threshold voltage exhibit a lower voltage holding ratio than those having a higher addressing voltage or threshold voltage and vice versa.

For the present invention, the term “dielectrically positive compounds” denotes compounds having a Δε>1.5, the term “dielectrically neutral compounds” denotes those having −1.5≦Δε≦1.5 and the term “dielectrically negative compounds” denotes those having Δε<−1.5. The dielectric anisotropy of the compounds is determined here by dissolving 10% of the compounds in a liquid-crystalline host and determining the capacitance of the resultant mixture in at least one test cell in each case having a layer thickness of 20 μm with homeotropic and with homogeneous surface alignment at 1 kHz. The measurement voltage is typically 0.5 V to 1.0 V, but is always lower than the capacitive threshold of the respective liquid-crystal mixture investigated.

All temperature values indicated for the present invention are in ° C.

The mixtures according to the invention are suitable for all VA-TFT applications, such as, for example, VAN, MVA, (S)-PVE and ASV. They are furthermore suitable for IPS (in-plane switching) and FFS (fringe field switching) applications having negative Δε.

The nematic liquid-crystal mixtures in the displays according to the invention generally comprise two components A and B, which themselves consist of one or more individual compounds.

Component A has significantly negative dielectric anisotropy and gives the nematic phase a dielectric anisotropy of ≦−0.5. Besides one or more compounds of the formula I, it preferably comprises the compounds of the formulae IIA, IIB and/or IIC, furthermore compounds of the formula III.

The proportion of component A is preferably between 45 and 100%, in particular between 60 and 100%.

For component A, one (or more) individual compound(s) which has (have) a value of Δε≦−0.8 is (are) preferably selected. This value must be more negative, the smaller the proportion A in the mixture as a whole.

Component B has pronounced nematogeneity and a flow viscosity of not greater than 30 mm2·s−1, preferably not greater than 25 mm2·s−1, at 20° C.

Particularly preferred individual compounds in component B are extremely low-viscosity nematic liquid crystals having a flow viscosity of not greater than 18 mm2·s−1, preferably not greater than 12 mm2·s−1, at 20° C.

Component B is monotropically or enantiotropically nematic, has no smectic phases and is able to prevent the occurrence of smectic phases down to very low temperatures in liquid-crystal mixtures. For example, if various materials of high nematogeneity are added to a smectic liquid-crystal mixture, the nematogeneity of these materials can be compared through the degree of suppression of smectic phases that is achieved.

A multiplicity of suitable materials is known to the person skilled in the art from the literature. Particular preference is given to compounds of the formula III.

In addition, these liquid-crystal phases may also comprise more than 18 components, preferably 18 to 25 components.

Besides one or more compounds of the formula 1, the phases preferably comprise 4 to 15, in particular 5 to 12, and particularly preferably <10, compounds of the formulae IIA, IIB and/or IIC and optionally III.

Besides compounds of the formula I and the compounds of the formulae IIA, IIB and/or IIC and optionally III, other constituents may also be present, for example in an amount of up to 45% of the mixture as a whole, but preferably up to 35%, in particular up to 10%.

The other constituents are preferably selected from nematic or nematogenic substances, in particular known substances, from the classes of the azoxybenzenes, benzylideneanilines, biphenyls, terphenyls, phenyl or cyclohexyl benzoates, phenyl or cyclohexyl cyclohexanecarboxylates, phenylcyclohexanes, cyclohexylbiphenyls, cyclohexylcyclohexanes, cyclohexylnaphthalenes, 1,4-biscyclohexylbiphenyls or cyclohexylpyrimidines, phenyl- or cyclohexyldioxanes, optionally halogenated stilbenes, benzyl phenyl ethers, tolans and substituted cinnamic acid esters.

The most important compounds which are suitable as constituents of liquid-crystal phases of this type can be characterised by the formula IV
R20-L-G-E-R21 IV
in which L and E each denote a carbo- or heterocyclic ring system from the group formed by 1,4-disubstituted benzene and cyclohexane rings, 4,4′-disubstituted biphenyl, phenylcyclohexane and cyclohexylcyclohexane systems, 2,5-disubstituted pyrimidine and 1,3-dioxane rings, 2,6-disubstituted naphthalene, di- and tetrahydronaphthalene, quinazoline and tetra-hydroquinazoline,

G denotes—CH═CH——N(O)═N—
—CH═CQ-—CH═N(O)—
—C≡C——CH2—CH2—
—CO—O——CH2—O—
—CO—S——CH2—S—
—CH═N——COO-Phe-COO—
—CF2O——CF═CF—
—OCF2——OCH2—
—(CH2)4——(CH2)3O—

or a C—C single bond, Q denotes halogen, preferably chlorine, or —CN, and R20 and R21 each denote alkyl, alkenyl, alkoxy, alkoxyalkyl or alkoxycarbonyloxy having up to 18, preferably up to 8, carbon atoms, or one of these radicals alternatively denotes CN, NC, NO2, NCS, CF3, SF5, OCF3, F, Cl or Br.

In most of these compounds, R20 and R21 are different from one another, one of these radicals usually being an alkyl or alkoxy group. Other variants of the proposed substituents are also common. Many such substances or also mixtures thereof are commercially available. All these substances can be prepared by methods known from the literature.

It goes without saying for the person skilled in the art that the VA, IPS or FFS mixture according to the invention may also comprise compounds in which, for example, H, N, O, Cl and F have been replaced by the corresponding isotopes.

Polymerisable compounds, so-called reactive mesogens (RMs), for example as disclosed in U.S. Pat. No. 6,861,107, may furthermore be added to the mixtures according to the invention in concentrations of preferably 0.12-5% by weight, particularly preferably 0.2-2% by weight, based on the mixture. These mixtures may optionally also comprise an initiator, as described, for example, in U.S. Pat. No. 6,781,665. The initiator, for example Irganox-1076 from Ciba, is preferably added to the mixture comprising polymerisable compounds in amounts of 0-1%. Mixtures of this type can be used for so-called polymer-stabilised VA modes (PS-VA), in which polymerisation of the reactive mesogens is intended to take place in the liquid-crystalline mixture. The prerequisite for this is that the liquid-crystal mixture does not itself comprise any polymerisable components. Suitable polymerisable compounds are listed, for example, in Table D.

The mixtures according to the invention may furthermore comprise conventional additives, such as, for example, stabilisers, antioxidants, UV absorbers, nanoparticles, microparticles, etc.

The structure of the liquid-crystal displays according to the invention corresponds to the usual geometry, as described, for example, in EP-A 0 240 379.

The following examples are intended to explain the invention without limiting it. Above and below, percent data denote per cent by weight; all temperatures are indicated in degrees Celsius.

Besides the compounds of the formulae IIA and/or IIB and/or IIC, one or more compounds of the formula I, the mixtures according to the invention preferably comprise one or more of the compounds from Table A indicated below.

TABLE A
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The following abbreviations are used:
(n, m, z: each, independently of one another, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 or 6;
(O)CmH2m+1 means OCmH2m+1 or CmH2m+1)

The liquid-crystal mixtures which can be used in accordance with the invention are prepared in a manner which is conventional per se. In general, the desired amount of the components used in lesser amount is dissolved in the components making up the principal constituent, advantageously at elevated temperature. It is also possible to mix solutions of the components in an organic solvent, for example in acetone, chloroform or methanol, and to remove the solvent again, for example by distillation, after thorough mixing.

By means of suitable additives, the liquid-crystal phases according to the invention can be modified in such a way that they can be employed in any type of, for example, ECB, VAN, IPS, GH or ASM-VA LCD display that has been disclosed to date.

The dielectrics may also comprise further additives known to the person skilled in the art and described in the literature, such as, for example, UV absorbers, antioxidants, nanoparticles and free-radical scavengers. For example, 0-15% of pleochroic dyes, stabilisers or chiral dopants may be added. Suitable stabilisers for the mixtures according to the invention are, in particular, those listed in Table B.

For example, 0-15% of pleochroic dyes may be added, furthermore conductive salts, preferably ethyldimethyldodecylammonium 4-hexoxybenzoate, tetrabutylammonium tetraphenylboranate or complex salts of crown ethers (cf., for example, Haller et al., Mol. Cryst. Liq. Cryst. Volume 24, pages 249-258 (1973)), may be added in order to improve the conductivity or substances may be added in order to modify the dielectric anisotropy, the viscosity and/or the alignment of the nematic phases. Substances of this type are described, for example, in DE-A 22 09 127, 22 40 864, 23 21 632, 23 38 281, 24 50 088, 26 37 430 and 28 53 728.

Table B shows possible dopants which can be added to the mixtures according to the invention. If the mixtures comprise a dopant, it is employed in amounts of 0.01-4% by weight, preferably 0.1-1.0% by weight.

TABLE B
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C 15
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CB 15
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CM 21
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R/S-811
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CM 44
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CM 47
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CN
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R/S-5011

Stabilisers which can be added, for example, to the mixtures according to the invention in amounts of up to 10% by weight, based on the total amount of the mixture, preferably 0.01 to 6% by weight, in particular 0.1 to 3% by weight, are shown below in Table C. Preferred stabilisers are, in particular, BHT derivatives, for example 2,6-di-tert-butyl4-alkylphenols, and Tinuvin 770.

TABLE C
(n = 1-12)
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n = 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 or 7
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Suitable reactive mesogens for use of the mixtures according to the invention in PS-VA applications are shown in Table D below:

TABLE D
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The following examples are intended to explain the invention without limiting it. Above and below,

V0denotes the threshold voltage, capacitive [V] at 20° C.
Δndenotes the optical anisotropy measured at 20° C. and 589 nm
Δεdenotes the dielectric anisotropy at 20° C. and 1 kHz
cl.p.denotes the clearing point [° C.]
K1denotes the elastic constant, “splay” deformation at 20° C. [pN]
K3denotes the elastic constant, “bend” deformation at 20° C. [pN]
γ1denotes the rotational viscosity measured at 20° C. [mPa · s],
determined by the rotation method in a magnetic field
LTSdenotes the low-temperature stability (nematic phase),
determined in test cells

The display used for measurement of the threshold voltage has two plane-parallel outer plates at a separation of 20 μm and electrode layers with overlying alignment layers of SE-1211 (Nissan Chemicals) on the insides of the outer plates, which effect a homeotropic alignment of the liquid crystals.

All concentrations in this application relate to the corresponding mixture or mixture component, unless explicitly indicated otherwise. All physical properties are determined as described in “Merck Liquid Crystals, Physical Properties of Liquid Crystals”, status November 1997, Merck KGaA, Germany, and apply for a temperature of 20° C., unless explicitly indicated otherwise.

MIXTURE EXAMPLES

Example 1

CY-3-O224.00%Clearing point [° C.]:79
CY-5-O27.00%Δn [589 nm, 20° C.]:0.0945
CCY-3-O25.00%Δε [1 kHz, 20° C.]:−3.0
CPY-2-O27.00%ε|| [1 kHz, 20° C.]:3.4
CPY-3-O29.00%ε⊥ [1 kHz, 20° C.]:6.4
CCP-3-310.00%γ1 [mPa · s, 20° C.]:114
CCP-3-18.00%V0 [20° C.; V]:2.37
BCH-325.00%
CCH-349.00%
CCH-2316.00%

Example 2

CY-3-O222.00%Clearing point [°C.]:80
CY-5-O22.00%Δn [589 nm, 20° C.]:0.0944
CCY-3-O28.00%Δε [1 kHz, 20° C.]:−3.1
CCY-4-O24.00%ε|| [1 kHz, 20° C.]:3.4
CPY-2-O27.00%ε⊥ [1 kHz, 20° C.]:6.5
CPY-3-O210.00%γ1 [mPa · s, 20° C.]:111
CCH-346.00%V0 [20° C.; V]:2.35
CCH-2322.00%
CCP-3-36.00%
CCP-3-14.00%
BCH-326.00%
PCH-3013.00%

Example 3

CY-3-O224.00%Clearing point [°C.]:79.5
CY-5-O27.00%Δn [589 nm, 20° C.]:0.0945
CCY-3-O34.00%Δε [1 kHz, 20° C.]:−3.1
CCY-3-025.00%ε|| [1 kHz, 20° C.]:3.5
CPY-2-O27.00%ε⊥ [1 kHz, 20° C.]:6.5
CPY-3-O25.00%γ1 [mPa · s, 20° C.]:122
CCP-3-39.00%V0 [20° C.; V]:2.34
CCP-3-19.00%
BCH-325.00%
CCH-3410.00%
CCH-2510.00%
PCH-3015.00%

Example 4

CY-3-O220.00%Clearing point [°C.]:79
CY-3-O412.00%Δn [589 nm, 20° C.]:0.0947
CCY-3-O36.00%Δε [1 kHz, 20° C.]:−2.9
CPY-2-O26.00%ε|| [1 kHz, 20° C.]:3.4
CPY-3-O27.00%ε⊥ [1 kHz, 20° C.]:6.4
CCP-3-39.00%V0 [V, 20° C.]:2.37
CCP-3-112.00%γ1 [mPa · s, 20° C.]:125
BCH-325.00%LTS bulk −30° C.:>1000 h
CCH-3410.00%
CCH-259.00%
PCH-3014.00%

Example 5

CY-3-O220.00%Clearing point [°C.]:79.7
CY-3-O412.00%Δn [589 nm, 20° C.]:0.0948
CCY-3-O35.50%Δε [1 kHz, 20° C.]:−3.1
CPY-2-O28.00%ε|| [1 kHz, 20° C.]:3.5
CPY-3-O28.00%ε⊥ [1 kHz, 20° C.]:6.6
CCP-3-310.50%V0 [V, 20° C.]:2.32
CCP-3-113.00%LTS bulk −30° C.:>1000 h
BCH-321.00%
CCH-349.00%
CCH-259.00%
PCH-3014.00%

Example 6

CY-3-O220.00%Clearing point [°C.]:79.5
CCY-3-0210.00%Δn [589 nm, 20° C.]:0.0916
CCY-4-O27.00%Δε [1 kHz, 20° C.]:−3.4
CPY-2-O210.00%ε|| [1 kHz, 20° C.]:3.5
CPY-3-O29.00%ε⊥ [1 kHz, 20° C.]:7.0
CCH-2511.00%γ1 [mPa · s, 20° C.]:122
CCH-3411.00%V0 [V, 20° C.]:2.19
PCH-3018.00%
CCH-3017.00%
CCP-3-17.00%

Example 7

CY-3-O221.00%Clearing point [°C.]:79.5
CCY-3-O28.50%Δn [589 nm, 20° C.]:0.0914
CCY-4-O24.50%Δε [1 kHz, 20° C.]:−3.3
CPY-2-O210.50%ε|| [1 kHz, 20° C.]:3.5
CPY-3-O210.00%ε⊥ [1 kHz, 20° C.]:6.8
CCH-2512.00%γ1 [mPa · s, 20° C.]:118
CCH-3410.00%V0 [20° C.]:2.25
PCH-3014.50%
CCH-3019.50%
CCP-3-19.50%

Example 8

CY-3-O224.00%Clearing point [° C.]:79.5
CY-5-O26.00%Δn [589 nm, 20° C.]:0.0937
CCY-2-O27.00%Δε [1 kHz, 20° C.]:−3.0
CPY-3-O23.00%ε|| [1 kHz, 20° C.]:3.5
CCP-3-38.50%ε⊥ [1 kHz, 20° C.]:66
CCP-3-19.00%γ1 [mPa · s, 20° C.]:119
BCH-324.00%V0 [V, 20° C.]:2.32
CCH-3411.00%LTS [cell, −20° C.]:>1000 h
CCH-2511.00%
PCH-3014.50%
CLY-2-O44.00%
CLY-3-O24.00%
CLY-3-O34.00%

Example 9

CY-3-O224.50%Clearing point [° C.]:79
CLY-2-O45.00%Δn [589 nm, 20° C.]:0.0942
CLY-3-O25.00%Δε [1 kHz, 20° C.]:−3.0
CLY-3-O34.00%ε|| [1 kHz, 20° C.]:3.4
CPY-2-O24.00%ε⊥ [1 kHz, 20° C.]:6.4
CPY-3-O29.50%γ1 [mPa · s, 20° C.]:107
CCH-345.50%V0 [V, 20° C.]:2.33
CCH-2323.50%LTS [bulk, −20° C.]:>1000 h
CCP-3-35.00%
CCP-3-16.00%
BCH-326.50%
PCH-3011.50%

Example 10

LY-3-O224.00%Clearing point [° C.]:80
CPY-3-O29.00%Δn [589 nm, 20° C.]:0.1001
PYP-2-32.50%Δε [1 kHz, 20° C.]:−2.9
CCP-3-37.00%ε|| [1 kHz, 20° C.]:3.3
CCP-3-17.00%ε⊥ [1 kHz, 20° C.]:6.2
BCH-324.50%γ1 [mPa · s, 20° C.]:105
CCH-346.00%V0 [V, 20° C.]:2.46
CCH-2325.00%LTS [bulk, −20° C.]:>1000 h
CLY-2-O45.00%
CLY-3-O25.00%
CLY-3-O35.00%

Example 11

CY-3-O215.00%Clearing point [° C.]:79.5
CPY-3-O26.00%Δn [589 nm, 20° C.]:0.0891
PYP-2-35.00%Δε [1 kHz, 20° C.]:−3.6
CCH-349.00%ε|| [1 kHz, 20° C.]:3.9
CCH-2320.00%ε⊥ [1 kHz, 20° C.]:7.4
CCP-3-19.00%γ1 [mPa · s, 20° C.]:111
CCP-3-36.00%V0 [V, 20° C.]:2.13
CLY-2-O45.00%LTS [bulk, −20° C.]:>1000 h
CLY-3-O24.00%
CLY-3-O34.00%
CK-3-F6.00%
CK-4-F5.00%
CK-5-F6.00%

Example 12

CY-3-O27.50%Clearing point [° C.]:78
CCY-4-O27.00%Δn [589 nm, 20° C.]:0.0902
CPY-2-O24.00%Δε [1 kHz, 20° C.]:−3.4
CPY-3-O24.00%ε|| [1 kHz, 20° C.]:3.8
PYP-2-34.50%ε⊥ [1 kHz, 20° C.]:7.1
CCH-3411.00%γ1 [mPa · s, 20° C.]114
CCH-2511.00%V0 [V, 20° C.]:2.13
CCH-3017.00%LTS [bulk, −30° C.]:>1000 h
CCP-3-15.00%
PCH-30112.00%
CLY-2-O45.00%
CLY-3-O25.00%
CLY-3-O35.00%
CK-3-F4.00%
CK-4-F4.00%
CK-5-F4.00%

Example 13

CY-3-O210.00%Clearing point [20° C.]:79.5
CK-3-F4.00%Δn [589 nm, 20° C.]:0.0944
CK-4-F4.00%Δε [1 kHz, 20° C.]:−3.0
CK-5-F4.00%ε|| [1 kHz, 20° C.]:3.7
PYP-2-31.50%ε⊥ [1 kHz, 20° C.]:6.7
CCY-3-O24.50%γ1 [mPa · s, 20° C.]:109
CCY-4-O25.00%V0 [V, 20° C.]:2.28
CPY-2-O28.00%LTS [bulk, −20° C.]:>1000 h
CPY-3-O29.50%
CCH-346.00%
CCH-2322.00%
CCP-3-37.50%
BCH-326.00%
PCH-3018.00%

Example 14

CCH-2323.00%Clearing point [° C.]:81
CCH-348.00%Δn [589 nm, 20° C.]:0.0905
CCY-3-O26.00%Δε [1 kHz, 20° C.]:−3.8
CCY-3-O36.00%ε|| [1 kHz, 20° C.]:3.9
CPY-2-O28.00%ε⊥ [1 kHz, 20° C.]:7.7
CPY-3-O28.00%V0 [V, 20° C.]:2.08
CY-3-O213.00%
PYP-2-33.00%
CK-3-F5.00%
CK-4-F5.00%
CK-5-F5.00%
CCP-3-110.00%

Example 15

PCH-30213.00% Clearing point [° C.]:75
CCH-3418.00% Δn [589 nm, 20° C.]:0.0916
CCH-253.50%Δε [1 kHz, 20° C.]:−2.7
CCH-354.50%ε|| [1 kHz, 20° C.]:3.3
CEY-3-O214.00% ε⊥ [1 kHz, 20° C.]:6.0
CEY-5-O213.50% γ1 [mPa · s, 20° C.]:125
CCP-3-1 3.5%V0 [V, 20° C.]:2.60
CCP-3-O13.00%
CCP-2-O23.00%
CCP-3-34.00%
CPY-3-O28.00%
CPY-5-O28.00%
CCY(F,CI)-3-O24.00%

Example 16

COChrom-3-52.00%Clearing point [° C.]:79.5
COChrom-5-52.00%Δn [589 nm, 20° C.]:0.0854
CONaph-3-042.00%Δε [1 kHz, 20° C.]:−3.6
CONaph-5-021.50%ε|| [1 kHz, 20° C.]:3.5
CONaph-5-032.00%ε⊥ [1 kHz, 20° C.]:7.1
CCOChrom-3-53.00%γ1 [mPa · s, 20° C.]:188
CCOChrom-4-51.50%
CCONaph-2-O23.00%
CCONaph-5-O33.00%
CCONaph-5-O23.00%
CCONaph-3-O43.00%
PCH-30114.00%
PCH-30214.00%
CCH-358.00%
CCH-2319.00%
CCH-348.00%
CCP-3-15.00%
CCP-3-36.00%

Example 17

CCH-2320.00%Clearing point [°C.]:78.5
CCH-349.00%Δn [589 nm, 20° C.]:0.0924
PP-1-517.00%Δε [1 kHz, 20° C.]:−3.7
CCP-3-110.00%ε|| [1 kHz, 20° C.]:3.5
COYOICC-2-34.00%ε⊥ [1 kHz, 20° C.]:7.2
COYOIC-3-V8.00%γ1 [mPa · s, 20° C.]:165
COYOICC-2-24.00%
CLOY-V-O2V13.00%
CCOY-V-O3V15.00%

Example 18

CY-3-O218.00%Clearing point [° C.]:80.6
CY-5-O210.00%Δn [589 nm, 20° C.]:0.0948
CCY-3-O27.00%Δε [1 kHz, 20° C.]:−3.1
CPY-3-O29.00%ε|| [1 kHz, 20° C.]:3.4
PYP-2-35.00%ε⊥ [1 kHz, 20° C.]:6.5
CLY-3-O28.00%K1 [pN, 20° C.]14.8
CCP-3-317.00%K3 [pN, 20° C.]16.0
CCH-344.00%V0 [V, 20° C.]:2.37
CCH-2322.00%γ1 [mPa · s, 20° C.]:122

Example 19

CY-3-O218.00%Clearing point [° C.]:79.7
CY-5-O210.00%Δn [589 nm, 20° C.]:0.1065
CCY-3-O22.50%Δε [1 kHz, 20° C.]:−3.1
CPY-3-O29.00%ε|| [1 kHz, 20° C.]:3.4
PYP-2-312.00%ε⊥ [1 kHz, 20° C.]:6.5
CLY-3-O28.00%K1 [pN, 20° C.]15.0
CCP-3-318.00%K3 [pN, 20° C.]15.8
CCH-2321.00%V0 [V, 20° C.]:2.38
CCH-341.50%γ1 [mPa · s, 20° C.]:128

Example 20

CY-3-O216.00%Clearing point [° C.]:79.8
CY-5-O211.00%Δn [589 nm, 20° C.]:0.1063
CCY-3-O25.00%Δε [1 kHz, 20° C.]:−3.0
CPY-2-O28.00%ε|| [1 kHz, 20° C.]:3.4
CPY-3-O28.00%ε⊥ [1 kHz, 20° C.]:6.4
PYP-2-310.50%K1 [pN, 20° C.]14.5
CCP-3-318.50%K3 [pN, 20° C.]15.1
CCH-344.00%V0 [V, 20° C.]:2.35
CCH-2319.00%γ1 [mPa · s, 20° C.]:127

Example 21

CY-3-O29.50%Clearing point [° C.]:75
PY-3-O28.00%Δn [589 nm, 20° C.]:0.1008
CCY-3-O28.00%Δε [1 kHz, 20° C.]:−3.0
CCY-4-O210.00%ε|| [1 kHz, 20° C.]:3.4
CPY-2-O25.50%ε⊥ [1 kHz, 20° C.]:6.4
CPY-3-O210.00%K1 [pN, 20° C.]13.3
CCH-3410.00%K3 [pN, 20° C.]13.5
CCH-2322.00%V0 [V, 20° C.]:2.24
PYP-2-36.50%γ1 [mPa · s, 20° C.]:106
CCP-3-13.00%
PCH-3017.50%

Example 22

PY-3-O211.00%Clearing point [° C.]:79.5
PY-3-O410.00%Δn [589 nm, 20° C.]:0.1176
CCY-3-O27.50%Δε [1 kHz, 20° C.]:−3.1
CCY-4-O24.00%ε|| [1 kHz, 20° C.]:3.5
CPY-2-O210.00%ε⊥ [1 kHz, 20° C.]:6.5
CPY-3-O210.00%K1 [pN, 20° C.]15.1
CCH-346.00%K3 [pN, 20° C.]14.7
CCH-2322.00%V0 [V, 20° C.]:2.31
PYP-2-34.00%γ1 [mPa · s, 20° C.]:121
CCP-3-17.00%
BCH-325.00%
PCH-3013.50%

Example 23

For the preparation of a PS-VA mixture, 99.8% of the mixture in accordance with Example 1 are mixed with 0.2% of the polymerisable compound of the formula

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Example 24

For the preparation of a PS-VA mixture, 99.8% of the mixture in accordance with Example 15 are mixed with 0.2% of the polymerisable compound of the formula

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