Photoactive Liquid Crystalline Polymers as Multifunctional Materials
Chemistry and Biochemistry
Mathematics and Natural Sciences
UV-VIS spectral comparison with model compounds and isolation of the major product from preparative photolysis of one of the models has been used to show that the predominant photochemical reactions in the solid state of an aryl cinnamate polymer are 2+2 cycloaddition and photo-Fries rearrangement.
MRS Online Proceedings Library
Griffin, A. C.,
Hoyle, C. E.,
(1989). Photoactive Liquid Crystalline Polymers as Multifunctional Materials. MRS Online Proceedings Library, 175, 35-40.
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