Electro-optic response of an electrostatically self-assembled single polymeric monolayer in attenuated total reflection configuration

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Abstract

An electrostatically self-assembled monolayer, composed of a pair of layers of anionic molecules and cationic polymers with a hemicyanine pendent group, was fabricated onto a thin silver film. By use of the attenuated total internal reflection technique, surface plasmon resonance and reflection modulation spectra were measured to determine the electro-optic coefficients of the monolayer. In order to take into account the dielectric property of each layer, a five-layer model is adopted in obtaining the electro-optic coefficients. From the temperature dependence measurement of reflection modulation signal, the hyperpolarizabilities of the hemicyanine pendent chromophore in benzenoid and quinoid forms are obtained. © 2004 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.

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Chang, H. J., Ha, N. Y., Kim, A., Park, B., Lim, J. H., Park, E. J., … Wu, J. W. (2004). Electro-optic response of an electrostatically self-assembled single polymeric monolayer in attenuated total reflection configuration. Optics Communications, 240(1–3), 29–38. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.optcom.2004.06.024

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