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Photoreactive Organic Thin Films

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Biochemical Engineering, Heavy chemicals, Optics (light), Organic chemistry, Plastics & polymers technology, Textiles & Polymers, Photoreactive organic thin fil, Material Science, Technology, Technology & Industrial Arts, Science/Mathematics, Photoreactive organic thin films, Chemistry - Organic, Technology / Material Science, Industrial applications, Optics, Photoisomeriz
ContributionsZouheir Sekkat (Editor), Wolfgang Knoll (Editor)
The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
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Open LibraryOL9283604M
ISBN 100126354901
ISBN 139780126354904

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Upon irradiation with UV-light (λ = nm) the phenyl ester groups photoisomerize to give hydroxyketones (photo-Fries reaction).Author: Thomas Griesser, Anna Track, Georg Koller, Michael Ramsey, Wolfgang Kern, Gregor Trimmel. Ex situ and in situ characterization of patterned photoreactive thin organic surface layers 5 sample surface was illuminated for 30 min through mask 1 with 15 m m lines and spaces.

The present chapter deals with photoreactive thin films and describes processes to tune both surface and material properties by means of UV-irradiation. Selected applications of these materials as UV tunable interfaces in organic electronics are : Matthias Edler, Thomas Griesser, Gregor Trimmel, Wolfgang Kern.

Zouheir Sekkat and Wolfgang Knoll address photoreactive organic thin films in the light of bound electromagnetic waves in the second chapter (79 pp). They discuss photoisomerization-induced changes in the structural and optical (linear and quadratic) properties of organic films containing azo dyes.

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