30 November 2001 New infrared-sensitive photopolymer materials for information storage and processing
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Proceedings Volume 10302, Optoelectronic Information Processing: Optics for Information Systems: A Critical Review; 103020J (2001) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.449681
Event: Optoelectronic Information Processing: Optics for Information Systems, 2002, Valencia, Spain
Abstract
In response to the increasing demand of information systems, we need new materials with high performance for storage and processing applications. Available on the market optical storage materials present very useful characteristics but are still limited in the visible spectrum and are expansive. Recently, we have developed holographic polymer dispersed liquid crystal (H-PDLC) materials sensitive in the near infrared region (800 nm to 850 nm). These compounds are based on acrylate monomers and different liquid crystals (LC) and allow highly efficient in-situ recording of holographic optical elements using infra red lasers. Diffraction efficiency above 95% is demonstrated. Photosensitivity of the material, its dark ­development and photochemical stability of recorded gratings are investigated. The angular and spectral selectivities of gratings, recorded in these films are examined for recovering the refractive index modulation profile.
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Patrice Nagtegaele, Patrice Nagtegaele, Tigran V. Galstian, Tigran V. Galstian, } "New infrared-sensitive photopolymer materials for information storage and processing", Proc. SPIE 10302, Optoelectronic Information Processing: Optics for Information Systems: A Critical Review, 103020J (30 November 2001); doi: 10.1117/12.449681; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.449681
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