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New J. Chem., 2010,34, 2701-2703
29 Jun 2010,
28 Jul 2010
First published online
20 Sep 2010
Photochromic switches fulfill the general molecular design criteria for the surprisingly straightforward small-scale integration of seemingly complex set–reset latches. The implications of this re-interpretation are discussed with the example of a dithienylethene photochrome. The concept is shown to be valid for a multitude of well-introduced bistable switches with clearly differentiated output signals, e.g., optical signals for the presented example.
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