NewsNanosecond laser-induced amplification of a photochromic
reaction in a diarylethene nanoparticle

25th September 2020by admin0
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A research team in Ehime University found a
drastically amplified ring-opening reaction yield in aqueous
nanoparticle colloids of a photochromic diarylethene when induced
by an intense nanosecond laser pulse, and clarified its
amplification mechanism. The findings were published on July 4,
2020, in Chemical Communications and appeared on the back cover of
the journal.

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