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Li 3 AlSiO 5 : the first aluminosilicate as a potential deep-ultraviolet nonlinear optical crystal with the quaternary diamond-like structure

Deep-ultraviolet (deep-UV) nonlinear optical (NLO) crystals play a crucial role in modern laser frequency conversion technology. Traditionally, the exploration of deep-UV NLO crystals is mainly focused on borates, while, the use of phosphates recently opened up a novel and promising non-boron pathwa... Full description

Journal Title: Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 2016, Vol.18(6), pp.4362-4369
Main Author: Chen, Xinglong
Other Authors: Zhang, Fangfang , Liu, Lili , Lei, Bing-Hua , Dong, Xiaoyu , Yang, Zhihua , Li, Hongyi , Pan, Shilie
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ID: ISSN: 1463-9076 ; E-ISSN: 1463-9084 ; DOI: 10.1039/c5cp06884c
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title: Li 3 AlSiO 5 : the first aluminosilicate as a potential deep-ultraviolet nonlinear optical crystal with the quaternary diamond-like structure
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  • Chen, Xinglong
  • Zhang, Fangfang
  • Liu, Lili
  • Lei, Bing-Hua
  • Dong, Xiaoyu
  • Yang, Zhihua
  • Li, Hongyi
  • Pan, Shilie
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  • Aluminosilicate
  • Borate
  • Phosphat
  • Exploration
  • Zweitoberwellenerzeugung
  • Laser
  • Raumgruppe
  • Bandlücke
  • Struktur-Eigenschaft-Beziehung
  • Chemistry
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description: Deep-ultraviolet (deep-UV) nonlinear optical (NLO) crystals play a crucial role in modern laser frequency conversion technology. Traditionally, the exploration of deep-UV NLO crystals is mainly focused on borates, while, the use of phosphates recently opened up a novel and promising non-boron pathway for designing new deep-UV NLO crystals. Extending this pathway to aluminosilicates led to the discovery of Li 3 AlSiO 5 , the first NLO crystal in this system. It crystallizes in the polar space group Pna 2 1 (no. 33) with a quaternary diamond-like structure composed of LiO 4 , AlO 4 and SiO 4 tetrahedral groups. The compound exhibits a deep-UV cut-off edge below 190 nm and is phase matchable with moderate powder second harmonic generation (SHG) intensity (0.8KH 2 PO 4 ). The band gap calculated using PBE0 is 7.29 eV, indicating that the cut-off edge of the Li 3 AlSiO 5 crystal can be down to 170 nm. In addition, the compound is nonhygroscopic and thermally stable up to 1472 K. These results suggest that Li 3 AlSiO 5 is a potential deep-UV NLO crystal. First-principles studies were performed to elucidate the structureproperty relationship of Li 3 AlSiO 5 .
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abstractDeep-ultraviolet (deep-UV) nonlinear optical (NLO) crystals play a crucial role in modern laser frequency conversion technology. Traditionally, the exploration of deep-UV NLO crystals is mainly focused on borates, while, the use of phosphates recently opened up a novel and promising non-boron pathway for designing new deep-UV NLO crystals. Extending this pathway to aluminosilicates led to the discovery of Li 3 AlSiO 5 , the first NLO crystal in this system. It crystallizes in the polar space group Pna 2 1 (no. 33) with a quaternary diamond-like structure composed of LiO 4 , AlO 4 and SiO 4 tetrahedral groups. The compound exhibits a deep-UV cut-off edge below 190 nm and is phase matchable with moderate powder second harmonic generation (SHG) intensity (0.8KH 2 PO 4 ). The band gap calculated using PBE0 is 7.29 eV, indicating that the cut-off edge of the Li 3 AlSiO 5 crystal can be down to 170 nm. In addition, the compound is nonhygroscopic and thermally stable up to 1472 K. These results suggest that Li 3 AlSiO 5 is a potential deep-UV NLO crystal. First-principles studies were performed to elucidate the structureproperty relationship of Li 3 AlSiO 5 .
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