TOPICAL REVIEW: Polydiacetylene films: a review of recent investigations into chromogenic transitions and nanomechanical properties

@inproceedings{Carpick2004TOPICALRP,
  title={TOPICAL REVIEW: Polydiacetylene films: a review of recent investigations into chromogenic transitions and nanomechanical properties},
  author={Robert W. Carpick and Darryl Yoshio Sasaki and Matthew S. Marcus and Mark A. Eriksson and Alan Robert Burns},
  year={2004}
}
Polydiacetylenes (PDAs) form a unique class of polymeric materials that couple highly aligned and conjugated backbones with tailorable pendant sidegroups and terminal functionalities. They can be structured in the form of bulk materials, multilayer and monolayer films, polymerized vesicles, and even incorporated into inorganic host matrices to form nanocomposites. The resulting materials exhibit an array of spectacular properties, beginning most notably with dramatic chromogenic transitions… CONTINUE READING

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