Bis(dioxaborine) compounds with large two-photon cross sections, and their use in the photodeposition of silver

Marcus Halik, Wim Wenseleers, Cara Grasso, Francesco Stellacci, Egbert Zojer, Stephen Barlow, Jean Luc Brédas, Joseph W. Perry, Seth R. Marder

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Compounds in which two dioxaborines are linked by a conjugated bridge exhibit high two-photon cross sections and can be used as sensitisers for the photodeposition of metallic silver lines.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)1490-1491
Number of pages2
JournalChemical Communications
Volume9
Issue number13
Publication statusPublished - Jul 7 2003

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Halik, M., Wenseleers, W., Grasso, C., Stellacci, F., Zojer, E., Barlow, S., ... Marder, S. R. (2003). Bis(dioxaborine) compounds with large two-photon cross sections, and their use in the photodeposition of silver. Chemical Communications, 9(13), 1490-1491.

Bis(dioxaborine) compounds with large two-photon cross sections, and their use in the photodeposition of silver. / Halik, Marcus; Wenseleers, Wim; Grasso, Cara; Stellacci, Francesco; Zojer, Egbert; Barlow, Stephen; Brédas, Jean Luc; Perry, Joseph W.; Marder, Seth R.

In: Chemical Communications, Vol. 9, No. 13, 07.07.2003, p. 1490-1491.

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Halik, M, Wenseleers, W, Grasso, C, Stellacci, F, Zojer, E, Barlow, S, Brédas, JL, Perry, JW & Marder, SR 2003, 'Bis(dioxaborine) compounds with large two-photon cross sections, and their use in the photodeposition of silver', Chemical Communications, vol. 9, no. 13, pp. 1490-1491.
Halik M, Wenseleers W, Grasso C, Stellacci F, Zojer E, Barlow S et al. Bis(dioxaborine) compounds with large two-photon cross sections, and their use in the photodeposition of silver. Chemical Communications. 2003 Jul 7;9(13):1490-1491.
Halik, Marcus ; Wenseleers, Wim ; Grasso, Cara ; Stellacci, Francesco ; Zojer, Egbert ; Barlow, Stephen ; Brédas, Jean Luc ; Perry, Joseph W. ; Marder, Seth R. / Bis(dioxaborine) compounds with large two-photon cross sections, and their use in the photodeposition of silver. In: Chemical Communications. 2003 ; Vol. 9, No. 13. pp. 1490-1491.
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