Quasi-Crystals Produced by Colloidal Photochromic Dyes in an Applied Electric Field
- V. A. Krongauz
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Colloidal solutions are formed during the photochemical transformation of solutions of photochromic spiropyrans in non-polar solvents. The systems are composed of globules ~ 0.1–0.4 µm in diameter. The globules consist of highly dipolar crystalline nuclei enclosed in amorphous envelopes. In a constant external electric field linear quasi-crystalline material is formed composed of globules joined together like straight strings of beads aligned along the electric lines of force. The distinctive features of quasi-crystal formation were studied in the electron microscope.
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- Krongauz V A, Fishman S N and Goldburt E S, J. Phys. Chem., in press.
- Quasi-Crystals Produced by Colloidal Photochromic Dyes in an Applied Electric Field
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- Electro-Optics and Dielectrics of Macromolecules and Colloids
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