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DOI: 10.14704/nq.2022.20.1.NQ22004

Preparation and Investigated Third Order Optical Nonlinearities of Schiff bases by Using the Z-Scan

Bashair S. Mahdi


Nonliner optical properties of organic compound derivative from closed rings compound had been studied melted in (DMSO) Dimethyl sulfoxide dissolved in (10-3 and 10-6) at temperature of room. Lambert law agreement, the results had been showed an expansion in the range spectral of absorption with fluorescence show a change in the direction of short wavelength with max energy, the efficiency quantum of the melt compound (s) in Dimethyl sulfoxide DMSO had been result by using pure thin film for dye and use (PMMA) polymer add to dye and max with (Titanium dioxide nanoparticle) add polymer and dye (100, 120 and 140) nm thickness respectively, lifetime radiative for thin film add to dye with polymer and thin film, with polymer add dye and add nanoparticle has been less when comparative pure dye also efficiency quantum become high when we use nanoparticle with polymer, we can conclusion, the use this dye as application of laser media active.


Optical Nonlinearity, Z-Scan, Schiff Base.

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