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Molecular Second-Order Optical Nonlinearity of Push-Pull Bisdithiolene Nickel Complexes

  • Chin-Ti Chen (a1), Sish-Yuan Liao (a1), Kuan-Jiuh Lin (a1) and Long-Li Lai (a1)

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The synthesis and characterization of donor-acceptor substituted unsymmetrical bisdithiolene nickel complexes are described for the first time. X-ray single crystal data indicate that the complexes exist with two types of bonding structures, namely, the π-localized and π-delocalized structures. The relation between bonding structures and the molecular second-order nonlinear optical properties, i.e., solvatochromism, dipole moment, and molecular first hyperpolarizability is discussed.

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Molecular Second-Order Optical Nonlinearity of Push-Pull Bisdithiolene Nickel Complexes

  • Chin-Ti Chen (a1), Sish-Yuan Liao (a1), Kuan-Jiuh Lin (a1) and Long-Li Lai (a1)

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