1 December 1991 Growth of thin films of organic nonlinear optical materials by vapor growth processes: an overview and examination of shortfalls
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Some of the key work on the growth of second- and third-order nonlinear optical (NLO) organic thin film by vapor deposition is reviewed. The experimental methods used to grow thin films of p-chlorophenylurea, diacetylenes, and phthalocyanines and the characteristics of the resulting films are also reported. Moreover, shortfalls in the growth of films from the vapor and two suggestions that may advance this field of study are presented.
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Donald O. Frazier, Donald O. Frazier, Benjamin G. Penn, Benjamin G. Penn, William K. Witherow, William K. Witherow, Mark Steven Paley, Mark Steven Paley, } "Growth of thin films of organic nonlinear optical materials by vapor growth processes: an overview and examination of shortfalls", Proc. SPIE 1557, Crystal Growth in Space and Related Optical Diagnostics, (1 December 1991); doi: 10.1117/12.49587; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.49587
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