NLO activity analysis and spectroscopic investigation on electro-optic and physico-chemical properties of organic complex; N-benzyloxycarbonyl-L-Aspartic acid
The crystal for N-Benzyloxycarbonyl-L-Aspartic Acid was grown and it was characterized in order to investigate all the NLO crystal properties. The primary chemical species organic-composite was L-Aspartic acid and the NLO property was enriched by injection of hexagonal active ligand. The basic crystal lattice of molecular complex was orthorhombic; the point and space group molecular structure are C1 and P212121, was examined by XRD tool. The SHG efficiency was calculated as 0.5381 and that was 1.39 times better than reference KDP. The laser damage threshold was measured to be 13.97 GW/cm2. The mulliken molecular-charge gradient was measured and anisotropic dielectric domain boundaries were identified in crystal composite and the birefringence gradient was estimated to be 0.1019. The dipole vibrational and Raman scattering bands identified and the polarization ability of those bonds were studied. The oscillating chemical potential kinetics was observed by examining chemical shift of core and allied carbons. The direct and indirect wide band gap in IR and UV-Visible region were examined. The chemical consistency and chemical potential was measured and thereby optical capability was studied. The π and δ-conjugated electron donor and proton acceptor elements of molecular structure was identified by interactive complex orbitals. UV-Visible transmission and absorption on degenerate electronic energy levels was distinguished and CT complex source of the present crystal composite was accredited to be (COOH)2. The hyperactive polarizability mechanism was measured and it was five times larger than thiourea and KDP crystal. The depletion energy between highly electrophilic zones and protonic zones was estimated to be ±6.026 e-2; enhancement of dielectric characteristics of title organic composite was observed. The non-superposable on the enantiomer was captured and thereby electro-optical ability was validated.