Author(s): K. Rajarajan*, B. Mohanadevi, B. Manimekalai, G. Madhurambal
Glycine Picrate crystals doped with Manganese Chlorides have been grown by slow evaporation technique at room temperature. The NLO property of the crystals has been confirmed by UV spectrum which is established through the UV cut-off range below 490 nm that is sufficient for SHG efficiency. The crystal system has been identified and lattice dimensions have been measured using X-ray diffraction analysis. They have been indexed using CHEKCEL software. The calculated 2theta values are compared with the experimental values. The functional groups of the grown crystals were qualitatively examined using FTIR analysis.