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Organic-dye-doped colloids solid films used as real-time materials for optical engineering applications
Author(s): Jean J.A. Couture; Roger A. Lessard
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Paper Abstract

The development and progress of many optical techniques including dynamical holography, real-time optical information processing and degenerate four-wave mixing are strongly dependent on new optical recording materials. So we present, in this paper, new and complementary characterization results of two recording materials usable for industrial applications: 1 degree(s) dye doped colloids solid films, 2 degree(s) azoic-dye doped colloids thin solid films. Those optical materials are simple to prepare and use for scientific and industrial applications. Because they are self-processing (no post-exposure chemical or thermal processing is needed) they can be used in many real-time applications.

Paper Details

Date Published: 1 January 1998
PDF: 16 pages
Proc. SPIE 3347, Optical Information Science and Technology (OIST97): Optical Recording Mechanisms and Media, (1 January 1998); doi: 10.1117/12.301436
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Jean J.A. Couture, Cegep Beauce-Appalaches (Canada)
Roger A. Lessard, COPL/Univ. Laval (Canada)


Published in SPIE Proceedings Vol. 3347:
Optical Information Science and Technology (OIST97): Optical Recording Mechanisms and Media
Andrei L. Mikaelian, Editor(s)

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