Organic Material Technology
This technology is used to design and synthesize organic materials and polymer materials with various high-level characteristics. Those characteristics include optical, chromogenic and luminescent properties, the redox property and high durability, which are required for functional materials. Organic material technology has been widely applied to display materials, semiconductor materials and the life sciences.
Core technologies derived from this fundamental technology
Light-absorptive and light-responsive organic material technologies
This is a technology for organic materials that change characteristics or polymerize under exposure to light. It supports the development of such products as resists for lithography and photomasks, and color filters.
Optical anisotropic film technology
This technology is for controlling optical refraction. Fujifilm manufactures various optical films for flat-panel displays using liquid-crystal technology and technologies for designing optical properties of film.
Design/synthesis technology for functional organic compounds
This technology is used to design and synthesize organic compounds with specific functions. For example, we synthesize these compounds on the basis of a molecular design that controls color and luminescence to achieve advanced features in various products. This technology contributes to the development of highly functional chemical products that are extensively used in a number of fields.
Functional polymer material technology
This technology is applied to the design and synthesis of polymer materials with specific functions. It produces products with outstanding function and quality, including microcapsules and microfilters.
Redox reaction chromogenic technology
This technology, which was cultivated in the chromogenic technology used for color photography, is for controlling chromogenic phenomena by redox reaction. It has also been applied to develop highly functional dyes, ink, etc.