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However, in this case there are many more terms to take into account, and the terms themselves are somewhat more complicated. Attempts have been made to use the same semiempirical methods for the calculation of y, but have in general met with little success. 15 ~--:::~-------------------. , 1987a). 32 II NONLINEARITIES IN ORGANIC SOLIDS '----------~. , 1988). The techniques described in this section thus enable us to design, synthesize and characterize a large range of highly nonlinear molecules, and to optimize the molecular structures in preparation for incorporation in some form of solid state aggregation.

Nevertheless, many of the compounds described above have great potential for further development. 4. 1. Poled polymers for second-order nonlinearities A potentially simple scheme for the fabrication of a processable nonlinear optical film in which the active molecules are at least partially aligned so as to give some second-order nonlinear optical effects consists of the formation of a solution of a highly nonlinear molecule in a polymer known to have good linear optical properties. A film of this material is then produced by conventional techniques such as spin coating, casting, or printing.

1. 1. 2 A comparison of the second-order nonlinearities X(2) for second harmonic generation in a range of inorganic and organic crystalline compounds. DPNA) can have l(2) coefficients one or two orders of magnitude greater than that of LiNb0 3 . In fact, as shown in Chapter 1, the efficiency of any secondorder process such as second harmonic generation does not depend simply on the coefficient l(2). For this reason it is possible to define a different 'figure of merit' for each process. For second harmonic generation the figure of merit is often chosen to be d 2 /n 3 (where d is the second harmonic coefficient, related to l(2) by d = l(2)/2, and n is the refractive index).

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