Now showing items 1-2 of 2
Transfer of chirality from light to a Disperse Red 1 molecular glass surface
(Optical Society of America, 2017-08-30)
Chiral structures and materials interact with light in well-documented ways, but light can also interact with achiral materials to generate chirality by inscribing its asymmetric configuration on photoresponsive materials, ...
Self-Organization and Light-Induced Chirality in Azo-Glass Material
Azobenzene derivatives have been subject to many studies in the field of all-optical surface patterning due to their unique photoresponsive properties. Photoinduced mass movement of azobenzene enables inscription of surface ...