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It is not possible to get the dispersion in any direction using just the given dispersion. Some knowledge of the underlying crystal and electronic structure is required.
You can use diffraction of low energy electrons (to study the crystalline surface) or X-ray crystallography (you can get the surface orientation from that also).
On the deformation, I yet not know but the order is kept (see bellow). *GLASSY LIQUID-CRYSTALS - OBSERVATION OF A QUENCHED TWISTED NEMATIC Por: KESSLER, JO; RAYNES, EP PHYSICS LETTERS A Volume: A 50 Edição: 5 Páginas: 335-336 Publicado: 1974 * Stripe patterns in the magnetic reorientation of a glass-forming nematic liquid crystal Por: Grigutsch, M; ...
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