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Solvent-controlled syntheses of mixed-alkali-metal borates exhibiting UV nonlinear optical properties
Wu, Chao; Li, Longhua; Song, Junling; Yang, Gang; Humphrey, Mark G.; Zhang, Chi; chizhang@tongji.edu.cn
2017
Source PublicationInorg. Chem. Front.
Volume4Issue:4Pages:692
AbstractThe mixed-alkali-metal borates NaK(B5O8)(OH)center dot H2O(1), NaK6[(B4O5)(OH)(4)](3)(OH)center dot C2H5OH(2) and Na0.33K1.67(B4O5)(OH)(4)center dot 3H(2)O(3) have been solvothermally synthesized using various polar organic solvents. Compounds 1 and 2 crystallize in the centrosymmetric space groups P (1) over bar and R (3) over barc, respectively. The structure of 1 features a 2D-layered framework constructed by [B5O11](7-) primary building units in the ab plane, extending to a 3D framework linked by K+ and Na+ cations, while the structure of 2 can be described as isolated [B4O9](6-) primary building units connected by H-bonding interactions and K-O and Na-O bonds, forming a 3D supramolecular framework. Compound 3 crystallizes in the acentric space group P (6) over bar 2c, and its UV nonlinear optical properties have been investigated for the first time. Second-harmonic generation(SHG) measurements show that 3 is type-I phase-matching, with a moderate SHG response ca. 0.94 times that of KH2PO4. The cut-off edge of 3 is 242 nm, which suggests that 3 is a potential UV NLO material. Density functional theory calculations have been employed on 3 to rationalize its band structure and electron density as well as the density of states.
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Department材料
DOI10.1039/c7qi00001d
Funding OrganizationNational Natural Science Foundation of China [51432006, 50925207, 51172100]; Ministry of Science and Technology of China [2011DFG52970]; Ministry of Education of China for the Changjiang Innovation Research Team [IRT13R24]; Ministry of Education; State Administration of Foreign Experts Affairs for the 111 Project [B13025]; Australian Research Council ; National Natural Science Foundation of China [51432006, 50925207, 51172100]; Ministry of Science and Technology of China [2011DFG52970]; Ministry of Education of China for the Changjiang Innovation Research Team [IRT13R24]; Ministry of Education; State Administration of Foreign Experts Affairs for the 111 Project [B13025]; Australian Research Council ; National Natural Science Foundation of China [51432006, 50925207, 51172100]; Ministry of Science and Technology of China [2011DFG52970]; Ministry of Education of China for the Changjiang Innovation Research Team [IRT13R24]; Ministry of Education; State Administration of Foreign Experts Affairs for the 111 Project [B13025]; Australian Research Council ; National Natural Science Foundation of China [51432006, 50925207, 51172100]; Ministry of Science and Technology of China [2011DFG52970]; Ministry of Education of China for the Changjiang Innovation Research Team [IRT13R24]; Ministry of Education; State Administration of Foreign Experts Affairs for the 111 Project [B13025]; Australian Research Council
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Funding OrganizationNational Natural Science Foundation of China [51432006, 50925207, 51172100]; Ministry of Science and Technology of China [2011DFG52970]; Ministry of Education of China for the Changjiang Innovation Research Team [IRT13R24]; Ministry of Education; State Administration of Foreign Experts Affairs for the 111 Project [B13025]; Australian Research Council ; National Natural Science Foundation of China [51432006, 50925207, 51172100]; Ministry of Science and Technology of China [2011DFG52970]; Ministry of Education of China for the Changjiang Innovation Research Team [IRT13R24]; Ministry of Education; State Administration of Foreign Experts Affairs for the 111 Project [B13025]; Australian Research Council ; National Natural Science Foundation of China [51432006, 50925207, 51172100]; Ministry of Science and Technology of China [2011DFG52970]; Ministry of Education of China for the Changjiang Innovation Research Team [IRT13R24]; Ministry of Education; State Administration of Foreign Experts Affairs for the 111 Project [B13025]; Australian Research Council ; National Natural Science Foundation of China [51432006, 50925207, 51172100]; Ministry of Science and Technology of China [2011DFG52970]; Ministry of Education of China for the Changjiang Innovation Research Team [IRT13R24]; Ministry of Education; State Administration of Foreign Experts Affairs for the 111 Project [B13025]; Australian Research Council
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Identifierhttp://ir.siom.ac.cn/handle/181231/28178
Collection中科院强激光材料重点实验室
Corresponding Authorchizhang@tongji.edu.cn
Affiliation中国科学院上海光学精密机械研究所
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Wu, Chao,Li, Longhua,Song, Junling,et al. Solvent-controlled syntheses of mixed-alkali-metal borates exhibiting UV nonlinear optical properties[J]. Inorg. Chem. Front.,2017,4(4):692.
APA Wu, Chao.,Li, Longhua.,Song, Junling.,Yang, Gang.,Humphrey, Mark G..,...&chizhang@tongji.edu.cn.(2017).Solvent-controlled syntheses of mixed-alkali-metal borates exhibiting UV nonlinear optical properties.Inorg. Chem. Front.,4(4),692.
MLA Wu, Chao,et al."Solvent-controlled syntheses of mixed-alkali-metal borates exhibiting UV nonlinear optical properties".Inorg. Chem. Front. 4.4(2017):692.
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