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Narayanan, and A. Kumar, Phys. Rep. 249,135 (1994). 75. S. Singh, (a) Phys. Rep. 324,107 (2000); (b) Phase Transitions 72,183 (2000). 2 Distribution and Order Functions Parameters As discussed in the previous chapter, the most fundamental characteristic of liquid crystals is the presence of orientational order of the anisotropic molecules, while the positional order of the center of mass is either absent (nematic phases) or limited (smectic and columnar phases). In this chapter, we shall discuss in a systematic manner how this ordering can be described.