Electron structures and non-linear optical properties oftertbutyl-nitro-phthalocyanines
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The electron structures and the non-linear optical properties of phthalocyanines and asymmetrically substituted phthalocyanines are studied with the AM1 method. The results show that thetertbutyl-nitro-phthalocyanines have much higher second order non-linear optical coefficients.
Keywordsphthalocyanine asymmetrically substituted phthalocyanine push-pull electron effect non-linear optical property
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