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12 October 1998 Optical limiting behavior of octa-decyloxy phthalocyanines
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One of the key issues involved in the development of passive optical power limiters is the search for appropriate materials that show effective reverse saturable absorption, Metallophthalocyanines seem to be good candidates for such applications because of their higher optical nonlinearity and the unique electronic absorption characteristics. A series of 1,4,8,11,15,18,22,25-octa-decyloxy metallophthalocyanines containing various central metal atoms such as zinc, copper, palladium, nickel, and cobalt were characterized for their nonlinear absorptive properties to evaluate their suitability to function as reverse saturable absorbers. Nonlinear transmission measurements were analyzed in terms of five-state model and magnitudes of the parameters of the model were determined.
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Mohan Sanghadasa, Chi C. Sung, In-Seok Shin, Benjamin G. Penn, Ronald D. Clark, Huaisong Guo, and Angela Martinez "Optical limiting behavior of octa-decyloxy phthalocyanines", Proc. SPIE 3472, Nonlinear Optical Liquids for Power Limiting and Imaging, (12 October 1998); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.326879
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