Visible responses under high pressure in crystals: phenolphthalein and its analogues with adjustable ring-opening threshold pressures.

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Summary of "Visible responses under high pressure in crystals: phenolphthalein and its analogues with adjustable ring-opening threshold pressures."

The ring-opening reaction of phenolphthalein (PP) crystals under hydrostatic pressure provided by using a diamond anvil cell (DAC) is described in this paper for the first time. The color of the crystals changed into red from colorless visibly. The ring-opening threshold pressures could be adjusted by changing the substituent groups. Mechanochromic responses under hydrostatic pressure could also be achieved in polymer blends, which contributes to their practical applications.


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Name: Chemical communications (Cambridge, England)
ISSN: 1364-548X


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