Multi-Regulated Color Tuning of a Patterned Polymer Film Incorporating Pendant Phenoxyquinones and Phenolphthaleins

Title
Multi-Regulated Color Tuning of a Patterned Polymer Film Incorporating Pendant Phenoxyquinones and Phenolphthaleins
Authors
안광덕강종희지기환박기동이찬우
Keywords
photoimaging; Color Tuning polymers; polymer patterning; photochromic; Phenoxyquinones
Issue Date
2009-06
Publisher
Bulletin of the Korean Chemical Society
Citation
VOL 30, NO 6, 1243-1244
Abstract
The development of efficient fluorescent and color changeable compounds has gained much attention in both fundamental and applied research areas. Among numerous photochromic and fluorescent compounds, certain phenoxynaphthacenequinone derivatives are attractive molecules due to their excellent properties, such as low fatigue as well as negligible thermal interconversion at room temperature.1 For example, 6-phenoxy-5,12-naphthacenequinone is well known to isomerize from the trans-quinone to the ana-quinone upon irradiation with UV light and to isomerize back to the trans form with visible light.1a We have previously reported the first successful direct synthesis of norbornene- or styrene-derived photochromic polymers (Figure 1).2 In addition, phenolphthaleins are increasingly important as the active components of color change indicators, temperature resistant polymers, and optoelectronic photosensors.3 We have also described chemically amplified photolithography for color imaging using phenolphthalein or quinizarin derived polymers.
URI
http://pubs.kist.re.kr/handle/201004/35869
ISSN
0253-2964
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