Negative Photochromism Based on Molecular Diffusion between Hydrophilic and Hydrophobic Particles in the Solid State
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A colored hybrid based on a merocyanine adsorbed in a nanoporous-silica-composed dendritic fibrous silica was prepared by adsorption onto the nanoporous silica from a spiropyran solution during UV irradiation (photoinduced adsorption). The obtained red hybrid thus exhibited negative photochromism by visible-light irradiation. The hybrid was further combined with an organophilic clay by a solid-state mixing without using solvent to achieve excellent reversibility of the color change, which was thought to be achieved by molecular diffusion through the two materials, where nanoporous silica and organophilic clay accommodated the colored (merocyanine) and colorless (photogenerated spiropyran) isomers, respectively.
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Yamaguchi, Tetsuo; Maity, Ayan; Polshettiwar, Vivek; Ogawa, Makoto (2018): Negative Photochromism Based on Molecular Diffusion
between Hydrophilic and Hydrophobic Particles in the Solid State. ACS Publications. Collection.
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