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Novel ene-yne compounds as quadratic nonlinear optical materials
Author(s): Daniel Lumpi; Ernst Horkel; Berthold Stoeger; Christian Hametner; Frank Kubel; Georg A. Reider; Johannes Froehlich
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Paper Abstract

We present a reliable strategy towards title compounds as a novel scaffold for highly nonlinear optical chromophores, using the selective ring fragmentation of thiophenes as a key step. This methodology selectively leads to the Z-isomer of ene-yne substrates, which are subsequently modified by a Huisgen-type cycloaddition yielding the target compounds. To prove the reliability of the developed synthetic route, one target compound was successfully prepared. This material crystallizes in an enantiomorphic space group, despite of being a flexible non-chiral molecule. A detailed discussion regarding the synthetic approach towards title compounds, a determination of material characteristics, including the investigation of the second order nonlinear susceptibility as well as a systematic variation of substituents in order to examine the resulting effects on NLO properties are subject of this presentation.

Paper Details

Date Published: 11 October 2011
PDF: 7 pages
Proc. SPIE 8306, Photonics, Devices, and Systems V, 830615 (11 October 2011); doi: 10.1117/12.912457
Show Author Affiliations
Daniel Lumpi, Vienna Univ. of Technology (Austria)
Ernst Horkel, Vienna Univ. of Technology (Austria)
Berthold Stoeger, Vienna Univ. of Technology (Austria)
Christian Hametner, Vienna Univ. of Technology (Austria)
Frank Kubel, Vienna Univ. of Technology (Austria)
Georg A. Reider, Vienna Univ. of Technology (Austria)
Johannes Froehlich, Vienna Univ. of Technology (Austria)


Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 8306:
Photonics, Devices, and Systems V
Pavel Tománek; Dagmar Senderáková; Petr Páta, Editor(s)

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