We demonstrate that halogen bonding strongly enhances the nonlinear optical response of poled supramolecular polymer systems. We compare three nonlinear optical chromophores with similar electronic structures but different bond-donating units, and show that both the type and the strength of the noncovalent interaction between the chromophores and the polymer matrix play their own distinctive roles in the optical nonlinearity of the systems.

Virkki M., Tuominen O., Forni A., Saccone M., Metrangolo P., Resnati G., et al. (2015). Halogen bonding enhances nonlinear optical response in poled supramolecular polymers. JOURNAL OF MATERIALS CHEMISTRY. C, 3(13), 3003-3006 [10.1039/c5tc00484e].

Halogen bonding enhances nonlinear optical response in poled supramolecular polymers

Saccone M.
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2015-01-01

Abstract

We demonstrate that halogen bonding strongly enhances the nonlinear optical response of poled supramolecular polymer systems. We compare three nonlinear optical chromophores with similar electronic structures but different bond-donating units, and show that both the type and the strength of the noncovalent interaction between the chromophores and the polymer matrix play their own distinctive roles in the optical nonlinearity of the systems.
Settore CHIM/07 - Fondamenti Chimici Delle Tecnologie
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Virkki M., Tuominen O., Forni A., Saccone M., Metrangolo P., Resnati G., et al. (2015). Halogen bonding enhances nonlinear optical response in poled supramolecular polymers. JOURNAL OF MATERIALS CHEMISTRY. C, 3(13), 3003-3006 [10.1039/c5tc00484e].
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