Transition Metal Compounds Towards Holography
AbstractWe have successfully proposed the application of transition metal compounds in holographic recording media. Such compounds feature an ultra-fast light-induced linkage isomerization of the transition-metal–ligand bond with switching times in the sub-picosecond regime and lifetimes from microseconds up to hours at room temperature. This article highlights the photofunctionality of two of the most promising transition metal compounds and the photophysical mechanisms that are underlying the hologram recording. We present the latest progress with respect to the key measures of holographic media assembled from transition metal compounds, the molecular embedding in a dielectric matrix and their impressive potential for modern holographic applications. View Full-Text
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Dieckmann, V.; Eicke, S.; Springfeld, K.; Imlau, M. Transition Metal Compounds Towards Holography. Materials 2012, 5, 1155-1175.
Dieckmann V, Eicke S, Springfeld K, Imlau M. Transition Metal Compounds Towards Holography. Materials. 2012; 5(6):1155-1175.Chicago/Turabian Style
Dieckmann, Volker; Eicke, Sebastian; Springfeld, Kristin; Imlau, Mirco. 2012. "Transition Metal Compounds Towards Holography." Materials 5, no. 6: 1155-1175.