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Poly(methyl methacrylate) (PMMA) thin films incorporating amphiphilic dyes, ruthenium tris(2,2bipyridine)-type complexes, were prepared by water casting. Films fabricated in this manner are peculiar with their well lined-up molecular orientations at the surface and thus are highly nonlinear effective. Unfortunately, like most other nonlinear materials, the surface orders of the dye molecules tend to collapse once exposed to heat. This work presents our recent studies on heat-induced moleculardoi:10.2116/analsci.13.supplement_343 fatcat:7lqcfgcpkbdnxkyk3jxoqhvdxu