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Polymethines with Macroscopic Optical Nonlinearities Suitable for All-Optical Signal Processing

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Abstract

By preventing aggregation of polymethine molecules at high number density, we have developed organic materials with large third-order nonlinearities and low nonlinear absorption in the near-infrared thereby enabling demonstration of an all-optical signal processing application.

© 2014 Optical Society of America

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