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Improved transparency-nonlinearity trade-off with boroxine-based octupolar molecules

Abstract : A series of octupolar molecules derived from the boroxine framework were designed and their optical nonlinearities were investigated by performing harmonic light scattering experiments in solution; the molecules were found to combine excellent transparency in the near UV-visible region (λmax ≤ 280 nm) and significant first-order hyperpolarisabilities (up to β(0) = 56 × 10−30 esu).
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Gilles Alcaraz, Lisenn Euzenat, Olivier Mongin, Claudine Katan, Isabelle Ledoux, et al.. Improved transparency-nonlinearity trade-off with boroxine-based octupolar molecules. Chemical Communications, Royal Society of Chemistry, 2003, pp.2766-2767. ⟨10.1039/B308664J⟩. ⟨hal-01416740⟩

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