20 February 2007 Photoluminescent conductor polymer holograms
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Proceedings Volume 6488, Practical Holography XXI: Materials and Applications; 648816 (2007); doi: 10.1117/12.701766
Event: Integrated Optoelectronic Devices 2007, 2007, San Jose, California, United States
An organic conductor polymer was doped with benzalkonium chloride to get a photoluminescent effect at 560 nm and it was used as holographic material. We used a digital image to generate a hologram in a computer and it was transferred by microlithography techniques to our polymer to get a phase hologram. The transference is successful by rubbing, the heat increment produce temperature gradients and the information in the mask is transferred to the material by the refraction index changes, thus the film is recorded. We recorded some gratings to observe the behavior of photoluminescent light with different frequencies when it is radiated with a green laser beam at 532 nm.
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B. Ruiz-Limón, A. Olivares-Pérez, E. L. Ponce-Lee, M. P. Hernández-Garay, G. Páez-Trujillo, I. Fuentes-Tapia, "Photoluminescent conductor polymer holograms", Proc. SPIE 6488, Practical Holography XXI: Materials and Applications, 648816 (20 February 2007); doi: 10.1117/12.701766; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.701766




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