Lanthanide Diphthalocyanines. Electrochemistry and Display Applications.
ROCKWELL INTERNATIONAL ANAHEIM CA AUTONETICS STRATEGIC SYSTEMS DIV
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Electrode films of lanthanide diphthalocyanines undergo a series of reversible color changes that make them potentially very attractive as flat-panel color display materials. Research on these compounds has revealed a complex scheme of electrode processes that is not yet fully characterized. The solid organic phases within the faradaic system include new room-temperature anion and cation conductors, as well as electronic semiconductors. Application of diphthalocyanine electrochromics to practical display products will depend on development of adequate cycle life and a technique for matrix addressing. Author
- Organic Chemistry
- Physical Chemistry