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Fig. 3

From: RETRACTED ARTICLE: Conductive Gels: Properties and Applications of Nanoelectronics

Fig. 3

a Molecular structure of a conductive gel with electron donor and electron acceptor chromophores; b a nanofiber whose core consists of a regular array of electron donor and electron acceptor chromophores. These molecules are sensitive to ultraviolet light, and when the beam hits the gel, electron excitation occurs and part of the input spectrum is absorbed by the material. Absorption of this spectrum of light causes the color of this material to change; c the macroscopic image of the gel which has changed color due to contact with ultraviolet light [1, 2]

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