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A.A. Kaminskil, L. Bohaty, P. Becker, H.J. Eichler, H. Rhee, and J. Hanuza, Laser Phys. Lett.6. 12, 872-885 (2009)

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  • TITLE: Synthesis, Optical and Dielectric Properties of Tris-Glycine Zinc Chloride (TGZC) Single Crystals

    AUTHORS: S. Suresh, D. Arivuoli

    KEYWORDS: Single Crystal, Growth from solution, X-ray diffraction, FTIR Spectroscopy, Dielectric constant.

    JOURNAL NAME: Journal of Minerals and Materials Characterization and Engineering, Vol.10 No.6, May 10, 2011

    ABSTRACT: Non-linear optical materials find wide range of applications in the fields of opto-electronics, fiber optic communication, computer memory devices etc. Tris-Glycine Zinc Chloride (TGZC) is one of the NLO materials exhibiting more efficiency. In the present study Tris-Glycine Zinc Chloride were grown is single crystal form using slow evaporation technique. Single crystal X-ray diffraction analysis reveals that the crystal belongs to orthorhombic system with the space group Pbn21. The optical absorption studies show that the crystal is transparent in the entire visible region with a cut off wavelength of 250 nm. The optical band gap is found to be 4.60 eV. The dependence of extinction coefficient (K) and refractive index (n) on the wavelength has also been reported. Force constants (k) were calculated using FTIR spectral analysis which shows higher values of k for COO and C=O stretching vibrations. The dielectric studies show that the dielectric constant and dielectric loss decrease exponentially with frequency at different temperatures (35℃, 55℃, 75℃ and 95℃).