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Title: Core-modified expanded porphyrins with large third-order nonlinear optical response
Authors: Rath, H
Sankar, J
PrabhuRaja, V
Chandrashekar, T K
Amit Nag
Goswami, D
Keywords: Porphyrin analogues
Nonlinear optical response
Absorption cross-sections
Issue Date: 2005
Publisher: American Chemical Society
Citation: Journal of the American Chemical Society 127(33):11608-11609; Aug 2005
Abstract: In general, two-photon absorption (TPA/2PA) is a third-order nonlinear process, and the efficiency of the processes involving two-photon absorption require materials with large absorption cross sections. Research on the design and synthesis of such molecules not only requires synthetic skill but also an understanding of structure-property correlation. The aromatic core-modified expanded porphyrins can be attempted as the best suitable candidates especially as organic non-linear optical materials due to exceptionally large nonresonating two-photon absorption cross-sections.
ISSN: 0002-7863
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