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Electroactive and photochromic molecular materials for wires, switches and memories

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2 Author(s)
Nes purek, S. ; Inst. of Macromolecular Chem., Acad. of Sci., Prague, Czech Republic ; Sworakowski, Juliusz

Properties of synthetic electroactive and photochromic molecular systems are described, with particular emphasis on microscopic processes controlling these properties. Both low-molecular weight and polymeric materials can be (and many have already been) used as conducting systems. The chemical flexibility of many molecular systems also allows for using them as information-processing materials, whose action is based on their photochromic properties. A relation between properties of individual molecules and those of macroscopic molecular systems allows one to envisage construction of molecular-scale devices. However, due to limitations associated with technological problems (construction of molecular-scale elements, their addressing, quantum-mechanical (size) limitations, etc.), the construction of such elements is still a problem that awaits solution.<>

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Engineering in Medicine and Biology Magazine, IEEE  (Volume:13 ,  Issue: 1 )

Date of Publication:

Feb.-March 1994

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