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NanoFMF: Plastik og kvantemekanik. Thomas Garm Pedersen Inst. for Fysik og Nanoteknologi Aalborg Universitet. Discovery of conducting plastics. Alan Heeger. Alan G. MacDiarmid. Hideki Shirakawa. Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2000. Polyacetylene and Polyethylene. Polyacetylene: unsaturated.

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nanofmf plastik og kvantemekanik

NanoFMF: Plastik og kvantemekanik

Thomas Garm Pedersen

Inst. for Fysik og Nanoteknologi

Aalborg Universitet

discovery of conducting plastics
Discovery of conducting plastics

Alan Heeger

Alan G. MacDiarmid

Hideki Shirakawa

Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2000

polyacetylene and polyethylene
Polyacetylene and Polyethylene





typical polymers
Typical polymers



quantum levels
Quantum levels

Small space means large energy!

geometry and color
Geometry and color

Blue (440 nm)

Green (500 nm)

Infrared (2500 nm)

polymers with rare earth atoms
Polymers with rare-earth atoms

Polymer synthesized by AAU

chemistry department

(D. Yu and K. Zhu)

New infrared emitting polymers?

more info
More Info:

waves in atomic chains
Waves in atomic chains

Discrete Schrödinger eq.