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A non-linear optical device composition includes a trifluorovinyl group containing poly(meth)acrylate that is crosslinkable and thermally stable after crosslinking. The poly(meth)acrylate composition may provide passive or active wave-guide optical capabilities. The composition may be used for an active wave guide material, such as modulator or switching device compositions. Furthermore, the composition may include a trifluorovinyl containing chromophore and poly(meth)acrylate which provides non-linear optical ability in the matrix polymer system.
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