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24 August 2006 Effects of surface particle size of photopolymerizable silica glasses in holographic recording
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An important issue in developing applications for photopolymers in holography is the effect of diffraction efficiency on recording properties although acrylamide derivative monomers had been widely used in polyvinylalcohol-based film. Now it is possible to create these samples with a fine particle sizes choice than was previously available. We exploit these recent advances in photopolymer processing to systematically evaluate how the diffraction efficiency of a photopolymer depends on its surface silica particle size. In this paper illustrate that sample diffraction efficiencies higher than 85 % can be reached and the effective thickness used to record the hologram is around 1.0 mm.
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Ming Seng Hsu, Shiang Shi Cheng, Yueh Ouyang, Po Yi Lee, Jian Jhih Song, Chao Chun Chu, and Fu Su Yen "Effects of surface particle size of photopolymerizable silica glasses in holographic recording", Proc. SPIE 6314, Photorefractive Fiber and Crystal Devices: Materials, Optical Properties, and Applications XII, 63141F (24 August 2006); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.680010
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