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Electrochromic organic and polymeric materials for display applications
journal contributionposted on 2006-03-13, 11:12 authored by Roger J. Mortimer, Aubrey L. Dyer, John R. Reynolds
An electrochromic material is one where a reversible color change takes place upon reduction (gain of electrons) or oxidation (loss of electrons), on passage of electrical current after the application of an appropriate electrode potential. In this review the general field of electrochromism is introduced, with coverage of the types, applications, and chemical classes of electrochromic materials and the experimental methods that are used in their study. The main classes of electrochromic organic and polymeric materials are then surveyed, with descriptions of representative examples based on transition metal coordination complexes, viologen systems, and conducting polymers. Examples of the application of such organic and polymeric electrochromic materials in electrochromic displays are given.
CitationMORTIMER, R.J., DYER, A.L. and REYNOLDS, J.R., 2006. Electrochromic organic and polymeric materials for display applications. Displays, 27, pp. 2-18
NotesThis article has been published in the journal, Displays [© Elsevier]. The definitive version is available at: http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/journal/01419382.