Chromogenic Phenomena in Polymers: Tunable Optical Properties, Volume 888
Samson A. Jenekhe, Douglas J. Kiserow
American Chemical Society, 2005 - Science - 434 pages
Chromogenic Phenomena in Polymers: Tunable Optical Properties describes diverse physicochemical methods of tuning the optical properties of polymeric materials in real time. This book also summarizes recent advances in the design, properties and applications of electrochromic, photochromic, electroluminescent, selective reflective, and photonic band-gap polymers.
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Electrochromic Polymers and Devices
Electrochromic Polyaniline Films from LayerbyLayer
Electrochromic Devices Based on Ladder Polymer
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