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Are we in the dark about light? Deriving optical properties from molecular structure

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Organic and metalorganic materials play a seminal role in the function of non-linear optics, solar cells, and optical switching technology. Yet, the full richness of functional information in their electronic structures most often lies latent. This talk shows how one can derive optical properties from molecular structure to benefit such technological applications.

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