Chromic phenomena, or those produced by materials which exhibit colour in response to a chemical or physical stimulus, have increasingly been at the heart of high-tec developments in a variety of fields in the last decade. Many of the newer technologies, which are at the cutting edge of research, are multi-disciplinary, involving researchers from areas as diverse as physics, biology, materials science and electronic engineering. Chromic Phenomena covers five main areas: Colour change materials, such as photochromic, thermochromic and electrochromic materials Materials which absorb and reflect light – the classical dyes and pigments Luminescent phenomena, including phosphorescence, fluorescence and electroluminescence Materials which absorb light and transfer energy, eg photosensitisers, infra-red absorbers and laser-addressable compounds.
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