Novel Polymer Architectures for Optical Storage

Publication: Research - peer-reviewBook chapter – Annual report year: 2007

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Novel Polymer Architectures for Optical Storage. / Hvilsted, Søren; Forcén, Patrica; Oriol, Luis; Sánchez, Carlos; Alcalá, Rafael; Ramanujam, P.S.

Electroactive polymers : materials & devices: proceedings of the Second International Conference on Electroactive Polymers. ed. / S.A. Hashmi; Amita Chandra; Amreesh Chandra. Vol. II Allied Publishers Ltd, 2007. p. 165-174.

Publication: Research - peer-reviewBook chapter – Annual report year: 2007

Harvard

Hvilsted, S, Forcén, P, Oriol, L, Sánchez, C, Alcalá, R & Ramanujam, PS 2007, 'Novel Polymer Architectures for Optical Storage'. in SA Hashmi, A Chandra & A Chandra (eds), Electroactive polymers : materials & devices: proceedings of the Second International Conference on Electroactive Polymers. vol. II, Allied Publishers Ltd, pp. 165-174.

APA

Hvilsted, S., Forcén, P., Oriol, L., Sánchez, C., Alcalá, R., & Ramanujam, P. S. (2007). Novel Polymer Architectures for Optical Storage. In S. A. Hashmi, A. Chandra, & A. Chandra (Eds.), Electroactive polymers : materials & devices: proceedings of the Second International Conference on Electroactive Polymers. (Vol. II, pp. 165-174). Allied Publishers Ltd.

CBE

Hvilsted S, Forcén P, Oriol L, Sánchez C, Alcalá R, Ramanujam PS. 2007. Novel Polymer Architectures for Optical Storage. Hashmi SA, Chandra A, Chandra A, editors. In Electroactive polymers : materials & devices: proceedings of the Second International Conference on Electroactive Polymers. Allied Publishers Ltd. pp. 165-174.

MLA

Hvilsted, Søren et al. "Novel Polymer Architectures for Optical Storage"., Hashmi, S.A. Chandra, Amita Chandra, Amreesh (ed.). Electroactive polymers : materials & devices: proceedings of the Second International Conference on Electroactive Polymers. Allied Publishers Ltd. 2007. 165-174.

Vancouver

Hvilsted S, Forcén P, Oriol L, Sánchez C, Alcalá R, Ramanujam PS. Novel Polymer Architectures for Optical Storage. In Hashmi SA, Chandra A, Chandra A, editors, Electroactive polymers : materials & devices: proceedings of the Second International Conference on Electroactive Polymers. Vol. II. Allied Publishers Ltd. 2007. p. 165-174.

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Hvilsted, Søren; Forcén, Patrica; Oriol, Luis; Sánchez, Carlos; Alcalá, Rafael; Ramanujam, P.S. / Novel Polymer Architectures for Optical Storage.

Electroactive polymers : materials & devices: proceedings of the Second International Conference on Electroactive Polymers. ed. / S.A. Hashmi; Amita Chandra; Amreesh Chandra. Vol. II Allied Publishers Ltd, 2007. p. 165-174.

Publication: Research - peer-reviewBook chapter – Annual report year: 2007

Bibtex

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N2 - Azobenzene containing polymers have been shown to have a large potential for high capacity olographic information storage. However, it has been difficult to fabricate thick films of the polymers with good op~ical quality so far. Liquid crystalline block copolymers prepared by Atom Transfer Radical Polymerization and based on azobenzene methacrylate and methyl methacrylate show some promise due to the observed block segregation. Thus, lamellar nanostructure was observed'when the azobenzene content was > 20% by weight, and both birefringence and dichroism can be induced by linearly polarized 488 nm light. The formation of azo-aggregation inside the azo blocks is strongly,reduced when going from the homopolymer to the copolymers.

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KW - Side Chain Liquid Crystallinity

KW - Block Copolymethacrylates

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