Reversibly photoswitchable proton transfer processes can occur between a three-state molecular switch based on spiropyran (SP) and the “salt form” of polyaniline (see Figure), both in solution and in the solid state. As a result, the electrical conductivity of the thin-film of SP-doped polyaniline can be photoregulated.
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