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Owing to the crystalline nature, side groups having photoinduced E-configuration align themselves parallel to existing E-forms to enhance the birefringence. ,76 who reported that large birefringence was induced by irradiation with linearly polarized light. Prolonged irradiation with 488-nm light with large exposure energies of more than several hundred joules per square centimeter resulted in a birefringence of which was quite thermally stable. , the thermal stability of the molecular ordering of the films was ascribed to the photoinduced cross-linking of the p-phenylenediacrylate units via a [2 + 2] cycloaddition.

70,71 One of the applications of polarized photochromism in polymer solids is polarization holography. Todorov and co-workers72,73 employed a film of poly(vinyl alcohol) (PVA) doped with water-soluble azo dyes like methyl orange and methyl red for the formation of a holographic grating. They employed a PVA film incorporating the azobenzene dyes as a representative photoactive layer which they exposed to an Ar laser beam. It was observed that the film demonstrated dichroism during the laser irradiation as a result of the molecular reorientation of azo-dye molecules.

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