Highly Polarizable Biaryl Salts for Liquid Crystals and Nonlinear Optics: Synthesis and Properties of a Phenol-Pyridinium Triflate

Abstract : A nonlinear waveguide material with a good transparency/efficiency trade-off is presented. The synthesis of the biaryl-based salt and its mesomorphic and nonlinear optical properties, including second harmonic generation from floating Langmuir-Blodgett layers, are described. The advantages of this new phenol/pyridinium triflate, which exhibits mesomorphic properties over a 50°C range, compared to the uncharged and zwitterionic analogues are discussed.
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Philippe Boy, Catherine Combellas, Grégoire Mathey, Serge Palacin, André Persoons, et al.. Highly Polarizable Biaryl Salts for Liquid Crystals and Nonlinear Optics: Synthesis and Properties of a Phenol-Pyridinium Triflate. Advanced Materials, Wiley-VCH Verlag, 1994, 6, pp.580-583. ⟨10.1002/adma.19940060712⟩. ⟨cea-01057124⟩

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