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Nonlinear Optical Transmission and Multiphoton Processes in Organics II
Editor(s): A. Todd Yeates

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Volume Number: 5516
Date Published: 15 October 2004

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Nanoscale multipolar chromophores for optical limiting in the visible-NIR range based on multiphoton absorption
Author(s): Olivier Mongin; Marina Charlot; Claudine Katan; Laurent Porres; Manuel Parent; Thomas Pons; Jerome Mertz; Mireille Blanchard-Desce
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Water-soluble 1,4-bis(4-aminostyryl)benzene derivatives for biological two-photon applications
Author(s): Lisa M. Dollinger; Timothy C. Parker; Judith M. Lavin; Stephanie J.K. Pond; Mariacristina Rumi; Stephen Barlow; Joseph W. Perry; Seth R. Marder
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Nonlinear absorption in bifluorene derivatives
Author(s): Cyril Barsu; Camille Girardot; Gilles Lemercier; Chantal Andraud; Nadia Amari; Patrice L. Baldeck
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Design, synthesis, and characterization of a novel class of tunable chromophores for second- and third-order NLO applications
Author(s): Andre-Jean Attias; Nicolas Leclerc; Qiying Chen; Edward H. Sargent; Guillaume Schull; Fabrice Charra
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DNA-based nonlinear photonic materials
Author(s): Emily M. Heckman; James G. Grote; Perry P. Yaney; F. Kenneth Hopkins
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Two-photon induced polymerization of photo-driven microsensors
Author(s): Chih-Lang Lin; Irene Wang; Michel Bouriau; Roger Casalegno; Chantal Andraud; Patrice L. Baldeck
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A mobile-intensified-femtosecond-fiber-laser-based TPF spectrometer for early diagnosis of malignant melanoma
Author(s): Klaus Teuchner; Stephan Mory; Dieter Leupold
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Modeling of kinetics of diffraction gratings formation in a polymer matrix containing azobenzene chromophores: simple solvable model versus experiment and Monte Carlo simulations
Author(s): Antoni C. Mitus; Grzegorz Pawlik; Andrzej Miniewicz; Francois Kajzar
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Coherent anti-Stokes Raman spectroscopy for nano-imaging with a metallic near-field probe
Author(s): Satoshi Kawata; Taro Ichimura; Norihiko Hayazawa; Mamoru Hashimoto; Yasushi Inoue
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Photophysics of organic materials exhibiting strong two-photon and excited state absorption
Author(s): Richard L. Sutherland; Mark C. Brant; Daniel G. McLean; Joy E. Rogers; Bala Sankaran; Sean M. Kirkpatrick; Paul A. Fleitz
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Two-photon absorption, absorption saturation, and dispersion of the real and imaginary parts of the third-order optical nonlinearity in organometallic dendrimers
Author(s): Marek Samoc; Clem E. Powell; Joseph P. Morrall; Simone A. Ward; Marie P. Cifuentes; Eleni G.A. Notaras; Mark G. Humphrey
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Characterization of two-photon absorption and its resonance enhancement by Z-scan method
Author(s): Kenji Kamada
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Spectroscopical and photophysical investigations on polydiacetylenes with different ordering of the Ag and Bu excited states
Author(s): Davide Comoretto; Massimo Ottonelli; GianFranco Musso; Giovanna Dellepiane; Cesare Soci; Franco Marabelli
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