Development of Novel Material with Reversible Photochromism Characteristics, Paving the way for Next Generation Ultrahigh-Density Memories and Displays

February 9, 2011 · Filed Under Trendy Products · 1 Comment 

Inorganic Photochromic materials has been considered for quite sometimes as an ideal candidate in manufacturing the next generation high-density memories as well as displays, due to their responsiveness to visible light for manufacture high capacity memories by using semiconductor laser or LED as its light source. But most inorganic materials do not exhibit photochromic response to visible light, plus they have a low durability, or even worse they show a slow color change and poor color reversibility (i.e. failed to decolorize after being irradiated several times.). Furthermore, the color of most of these materials was blue. In repose to overcome these inherent difficulties, group of researchers at AIST in Japan has developed a composite metal oxide materials that has a stable and reversible phtochromism when it is irradiated alternately with blue and green monochromatic lights. Read more

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