Spectroscopy of new materials, Volume 22
Integrates theory and practice, bringing together diverse branches of academic and industrial research through the presentation of critical review articles in fundamental and applied spectroscopy. Solid state NMR, surveys of electronic properties of materials, nonlinear optics and photochromism are among the subjects discussed.
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Chromophores for NonLinear Optical Materials R G Denning 1 Principles Applications and Requirements
Materials with SecondOrder Nonlinearity
Materials with ThirdOrder Nonlinearity
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absorption acceptor acid AlPO4 aluminium amphiphilic Appl atoms axis blue-shifted bond calculated cation chain charge transfer charge-transfer Chem chemical chromophore coefficient cofacial complex compounds conductivity coupling Cryst crystal CuPc density dependence deposited derivatives devices dimer dipole donor electron correlation electronic energy excited exciton field framework frequency G. J. Ashwell H-bond H2Pc hyperpolarizability infrared intensity interaction intermolecular irradiated layers LB films length Lett linear magnitude materials metal modes molecular sieves molecules monolayer non-linear Nonlinear Optics observed obtained orbitals orientation parameters phase photochromic phthalocyanines Phys polarizability polarization polymer polymorphs properties proton Q band Raman Raman Spectroscopy refractive index region resonance ring salts second harmonic shift shown in Fig shows silicon solution spectroscopy spectrum spiropyrans stack structure sublimed films substitution substrate susceptibility switching symmetry TCNQ technique temperature thermal Thin Solid Films tion transition vibration wavelength wavenumber X-ray Zeolites