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L-alaninium perrhenate: crystal structure and non-linear optical properties

Authors: Vitor H. Rodrigues. M.M.R. Costa, Etelvina M. Gomes, Dmitry Isakov, Michael Belsley

Ref.: Cent. Eur. J. Chem. 12(10), 1016-1022 (2014)

Abstract: The crystal structure and non-linear optical properties of L-alaninium perrhenate, C3H8NO2+ ReO4 (-), are reported. The protonated amino acid and the perrhenate anion have their usual geometries. The three-dimensional hydrogen-bonded network can be seen as a stacking of layers parallel to the (100) planes. Each layer is formed by chains of alternating positive and negative ions along the b and c axes. Hydrogen bonding of adjacent layers forms alternating chains along the a axis. A high damage threshold and a second-harmonic generation efficiency three times that of KDP make this new material potentially useful in non-linear optics.

DOI: 10.2478/s11532-014-0548-9