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Reverse saturable absorbers: indanthrone and its derivatives

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Abstract

Significant progress has been achieved in organic synthesis for the development of nonlinear materials. Indanthrone, oxidized indanthrone, monochloroindanthrone, and indanthrone oligomer have been prepared and demonstrated as reverse saturable absorbers at 532 and 1064 nm.

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