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   Home  List of Issues    Issue 01 , Vol. 01 , 2003    Article Abstract

The changes of holographic characteristics of photopolymer induced by temperature
Mingju Huang1;2, Huawen Yao1, Zhongyu Chen1, Lisong Hou1, and Fuxi Gan1
Chinese Optics Letters , Vol.01 , Issue 01 , PP.41-41(2003)

Keywords(OCIS Code)
090.2900 (holographic recording materials), 160.5470 (polymers), 210.2860 (holographic and volume memories), 090.7330 (volume holographic gratings), 160.4890 (organic materials).

Abstract
The changes of holographic characteristics of photopolymer induced by temperature are studied experimentally. The results show that the exposure sensitivity increases with the increase of temperature. The maximum diffraction efficiency and the final maximum diffraction efficiency increase with the increase of temperature when the temperature is lower than Tg (glass transition temperature), while they decrease with the increase of temperature when the temperature is higher than Tg. The effect of the change of temperature on the saturation refractive index modulation is very weak.

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Note: M. Huang's e-mail address is hmingju@163.net.

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