Enhancement of Second-Order Optical Nonlinearity in a Lutetium Selenite by Monodentate Anion Partial Substitution
The systematic modification of the molecular structure of nonlinear optical (NLO)-active materials is a very attractive approach to the improvement of NLO performance. In this study, one lutetium selenite compound Lu(SeO3)(HSeO3)(H2O)-(H2O) (1) was synthesized by hydrothermal means, while a further two lutetium selenites Lu3F(SeO3)4 (2) and Lu(SeO3)(NO3)(H2O) (3) were successfully synthesized by anion partial substitution (APS) of the parent structure 1 under hydrothermal conditions....[Show more]
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