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Novel polymers are synthesized by attaching amphiphilic dye groups along a hydrophilic polyether backbone. These polymers are fabricated into noncentrosymmetric films by the Langmuir-Blodgett (L/B) technique. Stacks of molecular bi-layers are assembled by γ-type deposition, interleaving two different dye-substituted polymers. One polymer has the dye's molecular dipole pointing toward the backbone, while in the other polymer, the dye points in the opposite direction. Light from a Nd:YAG laser is passed through these films and the second harmonic is detected.
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