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The Phenomenon of Vector Polyphotochromism In Organic Polarization-Sensitive Materials

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Abstract

Phenomenon of vector polyphotochromism was observed in some high-efficient polarization-sensitive materials dependent on the radiant exposure when material was illuminated with linearly polarized actinic light. The phenomenon has purely vector nature.

© 2016 Optical Society of America

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