Manimaran D - Synthesis, Hirshfeld surface analysis, laser damage threshold, third-order nonlinear optical property and DFT computation studies of Dichlorobis (DL-valine) zinc (II): A spectroscopic approach

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  S. Chitrambalam, D. Manimaran, I. Hubert Joe, V.K. Rastogi, Israr   Ul Hassan, "Synthesis, Hirshfeld surface analysis, laser damage   threshold, third-order nonlinear optical property and DFT   computation studies of Dichlorobis(DL-valine)zinc(II): A   spectroscopic approach", Optical Materials, 75 (2018) 285-296.


    The organometallic crystal of Dichlorobis(DL-valine)zinc(II) was   grown by solution growth method. The computed structural   geometry, vibrational wavenumbers and UV–visible spectra were   compared with experimental results. Hirshfeld surface map was   used to locate electron density and the fingerprint plots   percentages are responsible for the stabilization of   intermolecular interactions in molecular crystal. The   second-order hyperpolarizability value of the molecule was also   calculated at density functional theory method. The surface   resistance and third-order nonlinear optical property of the   crystal were studied by laser induced surface damage threshold   and Z-scan techniques, respectively using Nd:YAG laser with   wavelength 532 nm. The open aperture result exhibits the   reverse saturation absorption, which indicate that this material   has potential candidate for optical limiting and optoelectronic   applications.

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