5 September 2015 Visible light responsive systems based on metastable-state photoacids
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Proton transfer is one of the most fundamental processes in nature. Metastable-state photoacids can reversibly generate a large proton concentration under visible light with moderate intensity. which provides a general approach to control various proton transfer processes. Several applications of mPAHs have been demonstrated recently including control of acid-catalyzed reactions, volume-change of hydrogels, polymer conductivity, bacteria killing, odorant release, and color change of materials. They have also been utilized to control supramolecular assemblies, molecular switches, microbial fuel cells and cationic sensors. In this talk, the mechanism, structure design, and applications of metastable-state photoacids are introduced. Recent development of different types of metastable-state photoacids is presented. Challenges and future work are also discussed.
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Yi Liao, Yi Liao, } "Visible light responsive systems based on metastable-state photoacids", Proc. SPIE 9564, Light Manipulating Organic Materials and Devices II, 95640M (5 September 2015); doi: 10.1117/12.2186024; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2186024
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