Various mechanisms of controlling optical nonlinearity in organometallics: wide wavelength range studies
We are investigating various ways of switching the cubic optical nonlinearity of organometallics between different states. These switching events can be classified as nonlinear chromisms: the nonlinear optical analogues of well-known effects such as electrochromism, photochromism etc. We review here the most important results obtained by us so far.
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