Dry polymer for holographic recording.


A dry polymeric mixture rendered red sensitive with a dye has been used to record interference gratings and holograms. Diffraction efficiencies of ~10% can be attained with exposures of ~94 mJ/cm(2). If necessary the reading step can be done just after the exposure or after a fixing step performed with light from a mercury lamp.

DOI: 10.1364/AO.26.003904

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@article{Calixto1987DryPF, title={Dry polymer for holographic recording.}, author={Sergio Calixto}, journal={Applied optics}, year={1987}, volume={26 18}, pages={3904-10} }