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Polar inclusion compounds of perhydrotriphenylene (phtp) and efficient nonlinear optical molecules**

Authors

  • Prof. Jürg Hulliger,

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    1. Institute of Inorganic. Analytical and Physical Chemistry University of Berne Freiestrasse 3. CH-3012 Berne (Switzerland)
    • Institute of Inorganic. Analytical and Physical Chemistry University of Berne Freiestrasse 3. CH-3012 Berne (Switzerland)
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  • Olaf König,

    1. Institute of Inorganic. Analytical and Physical Chemistry University of Berne Freiestrasse 3. CH-3012 Berne (Switzerland)
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  • Dr. Ralf Hoss

    1. Institute of Inorganic. Analytical and Physical Chemistry University of Berne Freiestrasse 3. CH-3012 Berne (Switzerland)
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  • **

    This work has been supported by the Swiss National Science foundation (project: 2100-037166.93/1). We are grateful to Hoffmann-La Roche AG and Bayer AG for the synthesis of PHTP. We thank H. B. Bürgi. T. Armbruster and T. Weber for helpful discussions on structural aspects. For measurements of the SHG properties we thank C. Bosshard and T. Brunold.

Abstract

Host lattices based on piperazines, which can include a large variety of linear “rod-shaped” π systems, are presented. One example is the inclusion of efficient nonlinear optical molecules (e.g. see Figure, and the cover picture this month) which leads to materials exhibiting attractive electro-optical properties

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