Towards octupolar ruthenium acetylide complexes for nonlinear optical materials : synthesis, characterization and linear and nonlinear optical properties
When nonlinear optical (NLO) effects were first observed experimentally in the early 1960s, the door to a new field of research was opened. Over the last 50 years, this area has expanded rapidly, supported by applications and devices that are based on nonlinear effects. The search for small, and yet fast and highly efficient devices for, e.g., data processing, data storage, or logic gates, is ongoing. Materials with nonlinear optical properties, and in particular organometallic complexes and...[Show more]
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