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Results are presented of a systematic investigation of generation of the second optical harmonic in molecular crystals of organic compounds. The effect of frequency doubling of emission from ruby and neodymium-glass lasers in the powders of 300 organic substances of various classes is studied. Linear and nonlinear optical properties of single crystals of m-dinitrobenzene and m-toluenediamine are investigated. Generation of the second optical harmonic is correlated with the molecular and crystal structures of organic compounds.

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