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Solid-State Electrochemical Processes in Dye Films.
Final rept. 1 Sep 77-31 Aug 87,
ROCKWELL INTERNATIONAL ANAHEIM CA SCIENCE CENTER
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Research on solid state electrochemistry of lanthanide diphthalocyanine electrochromic films in the period 1977-1987 is summarized. Highlights include characterization of the ion-insertion processes with a novel solid-state moving-boundary technique, study of ambient-atmosphere effects on the anodic reactions, and investigation of solid polymer electrolytes for use in contact with diphthalocyanine electrode films. Future applications of these electrochromic systems in multicolor flat-panel information displays for military purposes are anticipated. Keywords Diphthalocyanines Ion transport Electronic conduction Electrochromism Solid polymer electrolytes.
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