He was recognized for contributions in photochromism
and variable polarization and leadership in commercialization.
ChuanJun, Synthesis, characterization, thermochromism and photochromism
of aromatic aldehyde hydrazine derivatives.
The most investigated classes of photochromes are spiropyrans and spirooxazines, diarylethenes, fulgides, and fulgimides  exhibiting positive photochromism
with bathochromic spectral changes of the photoinduced isomers .
Sinha, "Lead(II) complexes of 1-alkyl-2-(arylazo)imidazole: synthesis, structure, photochromism
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These films have potential applications in the fields of photoelectrochemistry [12,13], photocatalysis [7,14-16], electrocatalysis [17,18], photochromism
, sensors [9,19], and electrochromism [18,20].
Schiff bases exhibiting photochromism
are of interest due to their potential applications in optical switching and data storage devices .
Milisenda (German Gemmological Association, IdarOberstein) and co-authors examined some gemstones with photochromism
: hackmanite, tugtupite and scapolite.
DG, Duan, X, "Study on the Photochromism
of Ni-Al Layered Double Hydroxides Containing Nitrate Anions." Ear.
Moreover, the use of PCM microcapsules can simulate the efficacy of other functionalities obtained by microencapsulation technology, such as thermochromism or photochromism
, because this material can be easily measured by using a fast and simple technique (differential scanning calorimetry) before and after washing cycles.
and thermochromism driven by intramolecular proton transfer in dinitrobenzylpyridine compounds, " The Journal of Physical Chemistry, vol.
Among the organic NLO chromophores, pyrazolines embedded in polymer show good optical properties, such as polarization, color change, fluorescent complex formation, polymorphism, molecular refraction and photochromism