Thermosetting nonlinear optical polymer: Polyurethane with disperse red 19 side groups

Yongqiang Shi; Steier, William H.; Mai Chen; Luping Yu; Dalton, Larry R.
May 1992
Applied Physics Letters;5/25/1992, Vol. 60 Issue 21, p2577
Academic Journal
Examines a thermosetting second-order nonlinear optical polyurethane polymer with disperse red 19 pendant groups. Connection of polymers by thermal curing during electric field poling; Measurement of electro-optic coefficient; Stability of the dipole alignment at an elevated temperature.


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