The chapters are arranged so that the reader logically advances from the fundamental concepts to more practical aspects of the technology in which they are used. In providing the reader with current information on functional dye chemistry, as well as important developments within the field, Functional Dyes is a valuable information source for dye and material chemists, researchers and graduates, who want a summary of the key advances in the field over the last 10 years and an authoritative view on future developments.
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Used in photographic film and other applications Dyes for information recording Some of our functional dyes efficiently absorb light of specific wavelengths and then can transfer this to other energy forms. This characteristic is utilized in photographic and X-ray films, and can also be used on computer-to-plate CTP technology that creates a printing plate directly from a computer.
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Some of these dyes have the optical or electrochemical properties such as "photoconductivity, dichroism, fluorescent, sublimability, chromism, non-linear optical property, and photoelectric conversion property". We have developed " Specific Wavelength Absorbing Dyes " taken advantage of the properties that the dyes have light selective absorbability. Above all, " Visible Light-Absorbing Materials " have been employed as materials in order to color tuning of color filters which liquid crystal displays have built-in.
Spectroscopic properties peculiar to dye-based materials, such as good transmissivity and steep spectrum, absorb only unnecessary light emitted from backlight and contribute to high color separability. These properties of specific wavelength absorbing dyes improve color reproducibility of displays. Infrared portion of sunlight is invisible, long wavelength region than visible, and also raises feeling temperature.