1 February 1991 High-resolution photographic material of Institute of Atomic Energy for holography in intersecting beams
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The properties o a new silver halide photographic material for holography in intersecting beams are presented. The energy sensitivi-. ty is io-4 J/crn2 the diffraction efficiency is 20 the resolv-. ing power is 4500 5000 line/mm. The high sensitivity of the photo-. graphic material allows it to be used for holography of living objects. At the Institute of Atomic Energy much attention is paid. to devel-'' opment of a wide choice of photographic materials for pulsed holo-'' graphy1 " 7 Table 1 presents the properties of the basic photographic materials of the IAE for holography in the visible and infrared ranges. Table 1 Name of photographic material Max. sens spectra of itivity nm Sensitivity J/c. m2 Resolution line/mm Diffract. efficiency IAE-''530 IAE-. 630 IAE-. 630(2) L4. E69o 530 630 630 690 -io5 5. 1O6 -io6 io6 3000 30OO 2000 -2O0O 2O 30 IAE-''840 1AE-1060 840 860 910 1060 2OO0 1o Recently a number of problems have been raised which could be solved by means of pulsed holography with recording according to the scheme in intersecting beams given photographic materials displaying a greater (by at least two orders of magnitude) sensitivity than those produced by the Soviet industry for these purposes. Among such prob lems are those in the field of in-''vivo studies. At present in a nwn-'' ber of medical institutions researches are being carried out into the possibility of
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R. V. Ryabova, R. V. Ryabova, E. S. Barinova, E. S. Barinova, O. V. Myatezh, O. V. Myatezh, A. N. Zaborov, A. N. Zaborov, E. V. Romash, E. V. Romash, D. I. Chernyi, D. I. Chernyi, "High-resolution photographic material of Institute of Atomic Energy for holography in intersecting beams", Proc. SPIE 1238, Three-Dimensional Holography: Science, Culture, Education, (1 February 1991); doi: 10.1117/12.19413; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.19413

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