Photoinduced vitrification was observed to take place near the surfaces of the single crystals of azobenzene-based molecular materials with glass-forming ability. The phenomenon was caused by repetition of the trans–cis and cis–transisomerization reactions and hence can be regarded as a kind of photomechanical effect.
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