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Organic semiconductors influenced by photochromic transformation of spiropyrane dye

Originální název

Organic semiconductors influenced by photochromic transformation of spiropyrane dye

Anglický název

Organic semiconductors influenced by photochromic transformation of spiropyrane dye

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

This work deals with tuning of organic media using reversible light-driven switching of photochromic spiropyran. The significant change of dipole moment's size allows construction of simple switching unit. Several types of device composition were designed - blend, multilayered, and combined. Optical responses were studied using absorbance and photoluminescence measurement, whereas electrical responses, conductivity and capacity particularly, were detected by impedance and direct current measurement.

Anglický abstrakt

This work deals with tuning of organic media using reversible light-driven switching of photochromic spiropyran. The significant change of dipole moment's size allows construction of simple switching unit. Several types of device composition were designed - blend, multilayered, and combined. Optical responses were studied using absorbance and photoluminescence measurement, whereas electrical responses, conductivity and capacity particularly, were detected by impedance and direct current measurement.

BibTex


@misc{BUT60284,
  author="Martin {Vala} and Martin {Weiter} and Stanislav {Nešpůrek} and Oldřich {Zmeškal}",
  title="Organic semiconductors influenced by photochromic transformation of spiropyrane dye",
  annote="This work deals with tuning of organic media using reversible light-driven switching of photochromic spiropyran. The significant change of dipole moment's size allows construction of simple switching unit. Several types of device composition were designed - blend, multilayered, and combined. Optical responses were studied using absorbance and photoluminescence measurement, whereas electrical responses, conductivity and capacity particularly, were detected by impedance and direct current measurement.",
  chapter="60284",
  journal="ChemZi",
  number="1",
  year="2005",
  month="september",
  pages="244",
  type="abstract"
}