Photon energy storage materials with high energy densities based on diacetylene–azobenzene derivatives

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Department of Materials Science and E Technology, 77 Massachusetts Avenue, Cam mit.edu Department of Chemistry, Massachusetts I Avenue, Cambridge, MA, 02139, USA † Electronic supplementary information ( compounds 1–8 and polydiacetylenes, a d compounds 5–8, packing structures of polymer 3, thermochromism of polym compounds 1–8 during charging or compound 1… (More)

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