Spray processable ambipolar benzotriazole bearing electrochromic polymers with multi-colored and transmissive states

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2011
Hızalan, Gönül
The interest towards organic semi-conductors increased due to their tunable band gaps, redox properties, processability and low cost in the field of conducting polymers. Electrochromic materials have the ability to change color by altering their redox state. In the context of low cost flexible display device technology, requirements can be fulfilled with accessible multi-colored electrochromic polymers. In this study, we report the chemical synthesis and electrochromic properties of two spray processable, ambipolar, fluorescent and multi-color to transmissive electrochromic polymers. The electrochromic properties of these polymers were examined by cyclic voltammetry, spectroelectrochemistry, kinetic studies. Polymers, PTBTPh and PTBTTh, have multi-colored oxidation states and easily accessible ndoped states, which allowed us to achieve transmissive films in a low working potential. Electrochemical and spectral results showed that both polymers are potential materials for electrochromic display devices.

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G. Hızalan, “Spray processable ambipolar benzotriazole bearing electrochromic polymers with multi-colored and transmissive states,” M.S. - Master of Science, Middle East Technical University, 2011.