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New development of nonlinear optical crystals for the ultraviolet region with molecular engineering approach

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9 Author(s)
Chen, Chuangtian ; Fujian Institute of Research on the Structure of Matter, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Fuzhou, Fujian 350002, People’s Republic of China ; Wang, Yebin ; Xia, Younan ; Wu, Baichang
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Potassium fluoroboratoberyllate KBe2BO3F2 (KBBF) has been revealed theoretically and experimentally as a novel ultraviolet nonlinear optical crystal, but it is found to be very difficult to grow in a large size, because of the weak binding interaction between the (Be2BO3) units, which leads to an apparent layer habit in the growth. By using a molecular engineering approach, oxygen bridges when brought in to strengthen the binding between the infinite units are found to be useful to overcome the above shortcoming of KBBF, and in the light of it another new ultraviolet nonlinear optical crystal—strontium boratoberyllate Sr2Be2B2O7 (SBBO) has been discovered. The linear optical properties of SBBO are similar to KBBF’s, but its nonlinear optical properties are better than that of the latter. d22(SBBO)≂d22(β‐BaB2O4), which is two times higher than d11 of KBBF. SBBO has very good mechanical properties, and it is also not deliquescent. So SBBO is expected to have great potential for the application in ultraviolet nonlinear optical devices. © 1995 American Institute of Physics.

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Journal of Applied Physics  (Volume:77 ,  Issue: 6 )

Date of Publication:

Mar 1995

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