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Optical characterisation of organic diketo-pyrrolo-pyrroles derivatives and their photo processes study

Originální název

Optical characterisation of organic diketo-pyrrolo-pyrroles derivatives and their photo processes study

Anglický název

Optical characterisation of organic diketo-pyrrolo-pyrroles derivatives and their photo processes study

Jazyk

en

Originální abstrakt

Newly synthesized diketo-pyrrolo-pyrroles end substituted derivatives are ideal candidates for optical characteristics studies. In fact optical processes adapted specifically to each different derivative afforded the determination of specific optical properties depending on pendent group attached to newly synthesized molecule ends. Indeed 1 photons absorption (1PA) effects on emission spectra were determined and analysed to be compared also with the 2photon absortbtion. The amplified spontaneous emission (ASE) of particular DPP derivatives was studies too for the purpose of solid state laser technics and materials.

Anglický abstrakt

Newly synthesized diketo-pyrrolo-pyrroles end substituted derivatives are ideal candidates for optical characteristics studies. In fact optical processes adapted specifically to each different derivative afforded the determination of specific optical properties depending on pendent group attached to newly synthesized molecule ends. Indeed 1 photons absorption (1PA) effects on emission spectra were determined and analysed to be compared also with the 2photon absortbtion. The amplified spontaneous emission (ASE) of particular DPP derivatives was studies too for the purpose of solid state laser technics and materials.

BibTex


@misc{BUT74087,
  author="Imad {Ouzzane} and Martin {Weiter} and Martin {Vala}",
  title="Optical characterisation of organic diketo-pyrrolo-pyrroles derivatives and their photo processes study",
  annote="Newly synthesized diketo-pyrrolo-pyrroles end substituted derivatives are ideal candidates for optical characteristics studies. In fact optical processes adapted specifically to each different derivative afforded the determination of specific optical properties depending on pendent group attached to newly synthesized molecule ends. Indeed 1 photons absorption  (1PA) effects on emission spectra were determined and analysed to be compared also with the 2photon absortbtion. The amplified spontaneous emission (ASE) of particular DPP derivatives  was studies too for the purpose of solid state laser technics and materials.",
  booktitle="v",
  chapter="74087",
  year="2011",
  month="october",
  type="abstract"
}