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Polymers for second-order nonlinear optical applications

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5 Author(s)
C. Samyn ; Lab. of Macromolecular & Phys. Organ., Leuven Univ., Belgium ; K. Van den Broeck ; M. Van Beylen ; T. Verbiest
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The aim of our investigation is the development of new polymeric materials with nonlinear optical properties which are comparable or even better than the existing organic salts such as LiNbO/sub 3/, KDP etc. Nonlinear optical (NLO) polymers which show large second-order NLO properties and which show long-term stability, low optical loss and good processibility to fabricate thin films and fibers are of considerable interest in the development of new materials used for frequency doubling applications and for their use in optical communication.

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Broadband Optical Networks and Technologies: An Emerging Reality/Optical MEMS/Smart Pixels/Organic Optics and Optoelectronics. 1998 IEEE/LEOS Summer Topical Meetings

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20-24 July 1998