According to Victor Sans Sangorrin and Graham Newton UK researchers of the School of Chemistry,”they used photochromic molecules, which change colour when exposed to light, combined with a custom-made polymer. This allow the freedom of design enabled by 3D printing to be coupled with the molecular tuneability of polymerizable ionic liquids and the photoactivity and orbital engineering possible with hybrid polyoxometalates”.
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