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      Crystal growth; X-ray analysis; mechanical; nonlinear optics; dielectric; Z-scan.

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      A bulk size transparent nonlinear organic single crystal of Iminodiacetic acid was harvested using slow evaporation solution growth technique in controlled atmosphere with a span of 4 weeks. The structural properties of titled crystal were examined by single-crystal X-ray diffraction. The quality of the ingot was determined by high-resolution X-ray diffraction and found that the sample is free from grain boundaries. From UV–Vis analysis, one can understand that there is less absorption in the entire wavelength range of visible region and observed cut-offwavelength is 242 nm. From photoluminescence analysis, the emission of wavelength is identified at 421 nm. Mechanical strength and various parameters like work-hardening coefficient and stiffness constant of ingot was measured using Vickers microhardness test and corresponding experimental data had been explained using distinct theoretical models. The variation measurement of dielectric constant and dielectric loss in respect of frequency was carried out to compute the electronic polarizability of titled compound using Penn model. The detailed analysis of third-harmonic generation was executed using Z-scan method. The values of nonlinear refractive index ($n_2$) and twophoton absorption coefficient ($\beta$) were obtained to be $2.19\times 10^{-17}$ cm$^2$ W$^{-1}$ and $4.25 \times 10^{-12}$ cm W$^{-1}$, respectively.The higher value of coupling factor suggests nonlinear absorption is more dominant and the crystal is suitable for optical limiting application.

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      DEBABRATA NAYAK1 2 N VIJAYAN1 2 MANJU KUMARI1 2 MAHAK VIJ1 2 B SRIDHAR3 GOVIND GUPTA1 2 R P PANT1 2

      1. Academy of Scientific and Innovative Research, CSIR – Human Resource Development Centre, (CSIR–HRDC) Campus, Ghaziabad 201002, India
      2. CSIR – National Physical Laboratory, New Delhi 110012, India
      3. CSIR – Indian Institute of Chemical Technology, Hyderabad 500007, India
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