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Cross-Conjugated Moieties as Design Motifs for a Class of Novel Electro-Optic Chromophores
Organic electro-optic materials are at the forefront of current photonics applications that enable high speed data transmission, micro-scale sensors, and terahertz applications. Typically linearly conjugated push-pull type chromophores are the primary molecules of choice for various second and third order non-linear optical ...
From Energy Generation to Storage: The Exploration of Unusual Architectures and Functions of Conjugated Organic Molecules
The advent of conjugated polymers spurred the field of organic electronics. Since the inception of the field, many have lauded the potential benefits of organic over inorganic platforms, including their light weight, flexibility, and solution-processability, the latter of which makes them amenable to large-scale mass production. ...