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Novel difunctional barbituric acid methine dyes have been synthesized for nonlinear optical applications. These Molecules have been reacted with Multi-functional isocyanates resulting in cross-linked polyurethanes. The thermal stability of the dye in crystalline form as well as dissolved in poly (Methylmethacrylate) was studied. Results suggest that although the dye crystals were thermally stable to 300 °C, when dissolved in a polymer the stability was markedly lower.
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