This paper deals with recent and important developments in the field of organic materials for second-order nonlinear optics. Attention is drawn to current trends in chromophore design with a discussion of current progress and problems in this field. A number of important classes of chromophores, such as one-dimensional charge-transfer molecules, octopolar compounds, ionic materials, multichromophore systems and organometallics, are discussed.
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Journal of Materials Chemistry
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