1 June 1994 Monitoring the photobleaching of cresyl violet in polyvinyl alcohol using the photoacoustic effect
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Abstract
Bleaching of cresyl violet in polyvinyl alcohol due to irradiation by a laser beam at three chopping frequencies is investigated using the photoacoustic technique. The results indicate that the bleaching rate decreases with increase in chopping frequency. This can be used as a potential medium for holographic recording and information storage.
Annieta Philip, Periasamy Radhakrishnan, V. P. N. Nampoori, C. P. G. Vallabhan, "Monitoring the photobleaching of cresyl violet in polyvinyl alcohol using the photoacoustic effect," Optical Engineering 33(6), (1 June 1994). https://doi.org/10.1117/12.167164
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