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What does PET stand for?
PET stands for Photoinduced Electron Transfer
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The second volume switches focus towards photonic materials and devices and includes 12 chapters discussing such topics as organic nonlinear optical crystals and single-crystalline thin films, organic semiconducting thin films, organic random lasers, nonlinear optical properties of organometallic and metalloorganic compounds, nonlinear optical responses and photoinduced electron transfer process in phthalocyanines and related compounds, liquid crystal diffractive optical elements, magnetoresistance and spin effects in organic light-emitting diodes, and photoinduced transfer between electron donors and fullerenes as unique electron acceptors.
In the case of phenoxynaphthacenequinone derivatives, the reading of this luminescence-based output signal is feasible because the two photochromic states exhibit different tendencies to accept electrons from tethered porphyrins in a photoinduced electron transfer process.