Nonlinear optical side-chain polymer with high thermal stability and its pyroelectric thermal

Bauer, S.; Ren, W.
October 1993
Applied Physics Letters;10/11/1993, Vol. 63 Issue 15, p2018
Academic Journal
Describes a novel high-temperature nonlinear optical (NLO) side-chain polymer with moderate electro-optic properties. Employment of electrode poling for NLO dipole orientation; Mechanisms for separating pyroelectricity in NLO polymers; Electro-optical thermal analysis of the poled polymers.


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