Development of new fullerene-doped materials as effective optical limiting (OL) systems provokes the great interest in their optical properties [1–5]. These properties are conditioned by excitation of π-electrons demonstrate that a new charge transfer complex is formed between fullerene and a donor fragment of an organic molecule [6–9]. Fullerene-doped systems are reverse saturable absorption (RSA) materials and may be used for a sensor and eye protection as nonlinear optical absorbers.

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