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Optica Applicata, Vol. 41, 2011, Nr 4, s. 799-806
Optical transmission of electro-optic effect polymers from dye-doped acrylate copolymer and guest–host polysulfones was evaluated with varying electric fields at room temperature. The dye-doped copolymer behaved differently from the guest–host polymer system upon the application of the electric field. Time-dependent phenomena were obtained due to relaxation. The dye hyperpolarizability affected the manner in which the dye is poled.