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Multiply-resonant nonlinear optical processes in doped polythiophenes
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2010-09-08
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Abstract

We investigated the third-order optical nonlinearity in chemically doped poly(3-hexylthiophenes) by the third-harmonic generation (THG) method. The THG spectra reveal that the third-order optical nonlinearity is governed by the polaron states. The spectral analysis clarified the occurrence of multiple resonance related to transitions to the polaron states and the transition.

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