1 April 1993 Cr(VI)- and Fe(III)-doped polymer systems as real-time holographic recording materials
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Optical Engineering, 32(4), (1993). doi:10.1117/12.61292
Abstract
Volume transmission holograms have been recorded in dichromated poly(vinyl alcohol) (DCPVA), dichromated poly(acrylic acid) (DCPAA), and ferric chloride poly(vinyl alcohol) (FePVA) films using a 488-nm light (from an argon-ion laser), and the hologram development has been monitored in real time using a 647-nm line of the krypton laser. The influence of different chemical parameters (e.g., pH and electron donor) on the holographic efficiency has been determined, and an efficiency value as high as 70% was achieved in all three recording media. Further, the possible primary photoprocesses responsible for the hologram formation are tentatively identified and discussed
Gurusamy Manivannan, Rupak Changkakoti, Roger A. Lessard, "Cr(VI)- and Fe(III)-doped polymer systems as real-time holographic recording materials," Optical Engineering 32(4), (1 April 1993). http://dx.doi.org/10.1117/12.61292
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Holograms

Polymers

Diffraction

Polymer thin films

Holography

Energy efficiency

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