William Skene, département de chimie, Université de Montréal
Functional organic materials capable of color switching between different states are currently the subject of considerable interest. The is in part owing to the electrochrome’s properties that are well suited for low technological applications such as pricing display signs, curtainless windows, switchable textiles, printed packaging, and greeting cards. While significant advances have been done in terms of electrochrome preparation in recent years, processability and color tuning of these electroactive materials remain two parameters of critical importance. The effect of structural modification on color tuning, property modification, and processing will be illustrated. Materials capable of post-preparation modification for property tailoring will also be presented.
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