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  1. Electrospun Microstructured Biopolymer Fibers Containing Self-Assembled Boc-Phe-Ile Dipeptide: Dielectric and Energy Harvesting Properties
  2. Nanostructured Electrospun Fibers with Self-Assembled Cyclo-L-Tryptophan-L-Tyrosine Dipeptide as Piezoelectric Materials and Optical Second Harmonic Generators
  3. Nanostructured Electrospun Fibers with Self-assembled Cyclo-L-Tryptophan-L-Tyrosine Dipeptide as Piezoelectric Materials and Optical Second Harmonic Generators
  4. Invitation to quantum mechanics
  5. A Polymorph of Dipeptide Halide Glycyl-L-Alanine Hydroiodide Monohydrate: Crystal Structure, Optical Second Harmonic Generation, Piezoelectricity and Pyroelectricity
  6. Bioinspired Cyclic Dipeptide Functionalized Nanofibers for Thermal Sensing and Energy Harvesting
  7. A Polymorph of Dipeptide Halide Glycyl-L-Alanine Iodide Hy-Drate: Crystal Structure, Optical Second Harmonic Generation and Pyroelectricity
  8. Bioinspired Cyclic Dipeptide Functionalized Nanofibers for Thermal Sensing and Energy Harvesting
  9. Lead-Free MDABCO-NH4I3 Perovskite Crystals Embedded in Electrospun Nanofibers
  10. Pyroelectric and Piezoelectric Voltage Coefficients of Blue Luminescent Organic Lead-Free Perovskite MDABCO-NH<sub>4</sub>I<sub>3</sub> Electrospun Nanofibers
  11. Virtual and real labs for introductory physics II: optics, modern physics, and electromagnetism
  12. Self-assembly of Boc-p-nitro-l-phenylalanyl-p-nitro-l-phenylalanine and Boc-l-phenylalanyl-l-tyrosine in solution and into piezoelectric electrospun fibers
  13. Ultrafast lasers and optics for experimentalists
  14. Anisotropic PCL nanofibers embedded with nonlinear nanocrystals as strong generators of polarized second harmonic light and piezoelectric currents
  15. An introduction to quantum physics: a first course for physicists, chemists, materials scientists, and engineers
  16. Coherent-hybrid STED: high contrast sub-diffraction imaging using a bi-vortex depletion beam
  17. Narrow optical gap ferroelectric Bi2ZnTiO6 thin films deposited by RF sputtering
  18. Self-assembly of dipeptide Boc-diphenylalanine nanotubes inside electrospun polymeric fibers with strong piezoelectric response
  19. Synthesis of Pyridazine Derivatives by Suzuki-Miyaura Cross-Coupling Reaction and Evaluation of Their Optical and Electronic Properties through Experimental and Theoretical Studies
  20. Arylthienyl-vinyl-benzothiazoles as Efficient Second Harmonic Generators (SHG) for Nonlinear Optics
  21. The influence of nanocrystal size on optical second harmonic generation by para-nitroanaline embedded in electro-spun polymeric fibers
  22. Piezoelectric and pyroelectric properties of DL-alanine and L-lysine amino-acid polymer nanofibres
  23. Fundamentals of nonlinear optics, 2nd edition, by P. E. Powers and J. W. Haus
  24. Terpyridine derivatives functionalized with (hetero)aromatic groups and the corresponding Ru complexes: Synthesis and characterization as SHG chromophores
  25. Efficient second harmonic generation bypara-nitroaniline embedded in electro-spun polymeric nanofibres
  26. Theoretical and experimental studies of aryl-bithiophene based push-pull π-conjugated heterocyclic systems bearing cyanoacetic or rhodanine-3-acetic acid acceptors for SHG nonlinear optical applications
  27. Evaluating sub-pixel functional defects of a display using an arbitrary resolution camera
  28. Automatic optical inspection of regular grid patterns with an inspection camera used below the Shannon-Nyquist criterion for optical resolution
  29. A new synthetic route for compounds prepared from Keggin heteropolyacids and pyridine derivatives
  30. Exploring combined dark and bright field illumination to improve the detection of defects on specular surfaces
  31. Fluorescent phenanthroimidazoles functionalized with heterocyclic spacers: synthesis, optical chemosensory ability and two-photon absorption (TPA) properties
  32. Synthesis and characterisation of push–pull flavin dyes with efficient second harmonic generation (SHG) properties
  33. Synthesis and characterization of push–pull bithienylpyrrole NLOphores with enhanced hyperpolarizabilities
  34. Long range energy transfer in graphene hybrid structures
  35. Push–pull second harmonic generation chromophores bearing pyrrole and thiazole heterocycles functionalized with several acceptor moieties: Syntheses and characterization
  36. Ultrafast spectroscopy: quantum information and wavepackets, by Joel Yuen-Zhou, Jacob J. Krich, Ivan Kassal, Allan S. Johnson and Alán Aspuru-Guzik
  37. Inducible fluorescent speckle microscopy
  38. Experiments and Demonstrations in Physics Bar-llan Physics Laboratory (Second Edition)
  39. <strong>Synthesis and characterization of novel 4<em>H</em>-pyran-4-ylidene indole-based heterocyclic systems for several optical applications</strong>
  40. Low <inline-formula> <tex-math notation="LaTeX">$f$ </tex-math></inline-formula>-Number Microlenses for Integration on Optical Microsystems
  41. Yarn features extraction using image processing and computer vision – A study with cotton and polyester yarns
  42. Easy process to obtain suspended graphene flakes on TEM grids
  43. Influence of Mg doping on dielectric and optical properties of ZnO nano-plates prepared by wet chemical method
  44. Enhancement of near infrared emission in La co-doped ZnO/Er nanoplates
  45. Optical nonlinearity and piezoelectricity in 2,4,6-trimethylpyridinium perchlorate
  46. A versatile fluorescence lifetime imaging system for scanning large areas with high time and spatial resolution
  47. Study of far infrared optical properties and, photocatalytic activity of ZnO/ZnS hetero-nanocomposite structure
  48. Ferroelectric nanofibers with an embedded optically nonlinear benzothiazole derivative
  49. L-alaninium perrhenate: crystal structure and non-linear optical properties
  50. Intense optical second harmonic generation from centrosymmetric nanocrystalline para-nitroaniline
  51. Structural and dielectric properties of Al-doped ZnO nanostructures
  52. Energy Transfer via Exciton Transport in Quantum Dot Based Self-Assembled Fractal Structures
  53. Introduction to Quantum Information Science, by Vlatko Vedral
  54. Far-infrared optical constants of ZnO and ZnO/Ag nanostructures
  55. Synthesis and photophysical studies of new pyrenylamino acids
  56. Holographic spatial coherence analysis of a laser
  57. Spectroscopic, nonlinear optical and quantum chemical studies on Pyrrolidinium p-Hydroxybenzoate – A phase matchable organic NLO crystal
  58. Yarn periodical errors determination using three signal processing approaches
  59. Enhancement of graphene visibility on transparent substrates by refractive index optimization
  60. Ultracold Atoms in Optical Lattices: Simulating Quantum Many-Body Systems, by Maciej Lewenstein, Anna Sanpera and Verònica Ahufinger
  61. Ferroelectric characterization of aligned barium titanate nanofibres
  62. Characterization of Yarn Mass Parameters and Production Characteristics Using Optical Sensors, Capacitive Sensors and Image Processing
  63. Design, synthesis and evaluation of redox, second order nonlinear optical properties and theoretical DFT studies of novel bithiophene azo dyes functionalized with thiadiazole acceptor groups
  64. Lectures on Quantum Mechanics, 2nd edn, by Ashok Das
  65. Synthesis and characterization of novel second-order NLO-chromophores bearing pyrrole as an electron donor group
  66. L-Tryptophan 4-nitrophenol trisolvate
  67. Probing Local Environments by Time-Resolved Stimulated Emission Spectroscopy
  68. Quantitative investigations of quantum coherence for a light-harvesting protein at conditions simulating photosynthesis
  69. Synthesis, structure and non-linear optical properties of l-argininium perrhenate crystal
  70. Strong enhancement of second harmonic generation in 2-methyl-4-nitroaniline nanofibers
  71. Microlenses Array Made with AZ4562 Photoresist for Stereoscopic Acquisition
  72. Ruminations on the effect of MeV Si[sup 8+] and Ag[sup 8+] ion irradiation on nonlinear optical l-valinium picrate single crystals
  73. Push–pull bithiophene azo-chromophores bearing thiazole and benzothiazole acceptor moieties: Synthesis and evaluation of their redox and nonlinear optical properties
  74. Studies on physico-chemical properties of hydroxyethylammonium (l) tartrate monohydrate single crystals
  75. Synthesis and characterization of novel diazenes bearing pyrrole, thiophene and thiazole heterocycles as efficient photochromic and nonlinear optical (NLO) materials
  76. Production of Polar β-Glycine Nanofibers with Enhanced Nonlinear Optical and Piezoelectric Properties
  77. Yarn hairiness determination using image processing techniques
  78. Second-Order Nonlinear Optical Characterization Techniques: An Introduction, by Thierry Verbiest, Koen Clays and Vincent Rodriguez
  79. Design, synthesis, and characterization of the electrochemical, nonlinear optical properties, and theoretical studies of novel thienylpyrrole azo dyes bearing benzothiazole acceptor groups
  80. A comparison of mass parameters determination using capacitive and optical sensors
  81. Highly efficient and thermally stable NLO organic materials based on pyrrole and thiophene heterocycles
  82. New optical techniques to improve the visibility of graphene on multiple substrates
  83. Synthesis and characterization of novel push-pull thiophene and thienylpyrrole derivatives functionalized with indanonedicyanovinyl acceptor moiety as efficient NLO-chromophores
  84. Synthesis and evaluation of NLO properties of π-conjugated donor-acceptor systems bearing pyrrole and thiophene heterocycles
  85. Statistical Mechanics: An Elementary Outline, revised edition, by Lahiri Avijit
  86. Two-dimensional Optical Spectroscopy, by Minhaeng Cho
  87. Mrs. Perkins's Electric Quilt and Other Intriguing Stories of Mathematical Physics, by Paul J. Nahin
  88. Oriented Single-Crystal-like Molecular Arrangement of Optically Nonlinear 2-Methyl-4-nitroaniline in Electrospun Nanofibers
  89. Enhancing visibility of graphene on arbitrary substrates by microdroplet condensation
  90. Determination of yarn production characteristics using image processing
  91. Taking apart the enhanced backscattering cone: Interference fringes from reciprocal paths in multiple light scattering
  92. Synthesis and characterization of novel, thermally stable 2-aryl-5-dicyanovinylthiophenes and 5-aryl-5′-dicyanovinyl-2,2′-bithiophenes as potentially promising non-linear optical materials
  93. High nonlinear optical anisotropy of urea nanofibers
  94. Molybdenum Complexes Bearing (Bi)thienyl‐ or Arylthienyl‐Substituted π‐Conjugated Spacers: Synthesis, Electrochemical, Spectroscopic and Nonlinear Optical Properties
  96. Direct calibration of a spatial light modulator by lateral shearing interferometry
  97. Erratum to “The synthesis and characterization of heterocyclic azo dyes derived from 5-N,N-dialkylamino-2,2′-bithiophene couplers” [Dyes Pigments 83 (2009) 59–65]
  98. Synthesis and Characterization of New Push-Pull Anthraquinones Bearing an Arylthienyl-Imidazo Conjugation Pathway as Efficient Nonlinear Optical Chromophores
  99. Synthesis and Characterization of Novel Donor-Acceptor Oligothiophenes as Efficient and Thermally Stable Second-Order Nonlinear Optical Chromophores
  100. Synthesis and structural characterization of Keggin polyoxometalate compounds with argininium(2+) cations
  101. Yarn parameterization correlation using optical and capacitive sensors approaches
  102. The synthesis and characterization of heterocyclic azo dyes derived from 5-N,N-dialkylamino-2,2′-bithiophene couplers
  103. A comparison of mass parameters determination using capacitive and optical sensors
  104. Growth and physical properties of a new chiral open-framework crystal for NLO applications: Cesium hydrogen l-malate monohydrate
  105. Yarn Diameter and Linear Mass Correlation
  106. Controllable transport mean free path of light in xerogel matrixes embedded with polystyrene spheres: erratum
  107. Controllable transport mean free path of light in xerogel matrixes embedded with polystyrene spheres
  108. Yarn Hairiness Characterization Using Two Orthogonal Directions
  109. Synthesis and optical properties of novel, thermally stable phenanthrolines bearing an arylthienyl-imidazo conjugation pathway
  110. Switching kinetics of a relaxor ferroelectric Sr0.75Ba0.25Nb2O6observed by the second harmonic generation method
  111. Yarn hairiness and diameter characterization using a CMOS line array
  112. Pyroelectric potassium hydrogen malate with polarized hydrogen bond chains and aligned dipole moments
  113. Yarn Diameter Measurements Using Coherent Optical Signal Processing
  114. Polar Properties of Semiorganic Cesium Hydrogen l-Malate Hydrate Crystal
  115. Automatic yarn characterization system
  116. Synthesis and characterization of novel (oligo)thienyl-imidazo-phenanthrolines as versatile π-conjugated systems for several optical applications
  117. Photoacoustic investigations on thermal anisotropy in urea l-malic acid single crystals
  118. 5′-Alkoxy-2,2′-bithiophene azo dyes: a novel promising series of NLO-chromophores
  119. Yarn hairiness parameterization using a coherent signal processing technique
  120. Comment on “Quantum time-of-flight distribution for cold trapped atoms”
  121. Diffuse second harmonic generation under the ferroelectric switching in Sr0.75Ba0.25Nb2O6 crystals
  122. Imidazolium 4-nitrophenolate 4-nitrophenol monohydrate
  123. Synthesis and second-order nonlinear optical properties of new chromophores containing benzimidazole, thiophene, and pyrrole heterocycles
  124. Optical Yarn Hairiness Measurement System
  125. Backreflectance from the blood plexus in the skin under the low-power laser heating
  126. Manipulation of blood parameters in the skin by the low-power laser irradiation
  127. Synthesis and characterization of new thienylpyrrolyl-benzothiazoles as efficient and thermally stable nonlinear optical chromophores
  128. Piezoelectric, nonliner optical, electro-optical, and pyroelectric properties of cesium hydrogen malate hydrate crystal
  129. Theory for a Hanbury Brown Twiss experiment with a ballistically expanding cloud of cold atoms
  130. Development of a Yarn Evenness Measurement and Hairiness Analysis System
  131. 2-Arylthienyl-Substituted 1,3-Benzothiazoles as New Nonlinear Optical Chromophores
  132. Supramolecular structure and second harmonic generation in strontium bis(hydrogenL-malate) hexahydrate
  133. <title>Doppler spectroscopy of blood in capillary plexus under the action of 40% glucose solution</title>
  134. <title>Optical clearing of skin tissue produced by application of glucose solution: in vivo study</title>
  135. Unusual supramolecular assembly and nonlinear optical properties of l-histidinium hydrogen malate
  136. Synthesis and Characterization of Dicyanovinyl-Substituted Thienylpyrroles as New Nonlinear Optical Chromophores
  137. Laser damage threshold studies on urea L-malic acid: A nonlinear optical crystal
  138. Novel charge transfer supramolecular assemblies with Keggin anions and 2-amino-5-nitropyridine
  139. Synthesis of tricyanovinyl-substituted thienylpyrroles and characterization of the solvatochromic, electrochemical and non-linear optical properties
  140. Crystal structure and second harmonic generation in cesium hydrogen malate hydrate
  141. Back-scattered radiation from the capillary network under the influence of low-power laser heating (Invited Paper)
  142. Fragmentation of erythrocyte aggregates by low intensity laser heating
  143. Backreflectance from skin investigated in vivo using low-power laser heating
  144. Benzyltrimethylammonium dihydrogen orthophosphate monohydrate
  145. Using light scattering to measure the temporal coherence of optical sources
  146. <title>Investigation of fluctuation spectra of radiation scattered by blood using optimally designed experiments</title>
  147. <title>Fragmentation of erythrocyte aggregates in the skin vascular plexus by low-intensity laser irradiation</title>
  148. Influence of Low-Intensity Laser Radiation on the Rheological Characteristics of Human Blood
  149. Doppler spectroscopy of blood in vivo under the action of low-intensity laser radiation
  150. Synthesis and Characterization of a Salt of Sodium with L-Malic Acid: A New Ferroelectric?
  151. Second Harmonic Generation in para-Nitroaniline through Recrystallization in a Strong Continuous Electric Field
  152. Crystal growth and characterization of a new nonlinear optical material: Urea l-Malic Acid
  153. Characterization of thermo-optic nonlinearities in glass filters using the Z-scan technique
  154. Geometric limits to phase matching in self-diffraction experiments
  155. Modification of the nonlinear optical, dielectric, and structural properties of p-nitroaniline and 2-methyl-4-nitroaniline crystals through recrystallization under a strong dc electric field
  156. Nonlinear propagation of Gaussian beams in micro-emulsions
  157. Comment on ?Third-Order Optical Nonlinearities in Thin Films of CdS Nanocrystals?
  158. Synthesis, structure, thermal and non-linear optical properties of L-argininium hydrogen selenite
  159. Re-crystallization of MNA under a strong dc electric field
  160. Simultaneous measurements of thermally induced birefringence and thermal refraction in absorptive glass filters
  161. Synthesis, crystal growth and characterisation of a new nonlinear optical material — urea l-malic acid
  162. 1,1,3,3-Tetramethylguanidinium dihydrogenorthophosphate
  163. Paraxial imaging—Earlier references
  164. Observation of extreme sensitivity to induced molecular coherence in stimulated Raman scattering
  165. Comment on ‘‘Newton’s rings: A classroom demonstration with a He–Ne laser,’’ by A. F. Leung and Jiyeon Ester Lee [Am. J. Phys. 59, 662–664 (1991)]
  166. Twin photon beams resulting from the interference of independent broadband squeezed vacua
  167. Collisional-redistribution measurements including the effect of velocity
  168. Near quantum-limited phase memory in a Raman amplifier
  169. Semiclassical off-shellT-matrix elements for nearly coincident momenta in the classically allowed region
  170. A model calculation for nonimpact four wave mixing
  171. Temperature effects in the collisional redistribution of resonance radiation in the Ba-Ar and Ba-Xe systems
  172. Collisional redistribution by laser-induced fluorescence in the Ba-Ar system
  173. Collisional redistribution of circularly polarized light in barium perturbed by argon
  174. Time-dependence study of radiation trapping by time-delayed two-photon absorption
  175. Uniform semiclassical off-shell wave functions andT-matrix elements
  176. Saturation behavior of a far‐wing satellite
  177. Nonlinear Propagatio of Gaussian Beams in Micro-emulsions