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|Title: ||Fabrication and Characterization of Methylene-Blue-Doped Polyvinyl Alcohol–Polyacrylic Acid Blend for Holographic Recording|
|Authors: ||Sreekumar, K|
|Issue Date: ||20-Jun-2004|
|Publisher: ||Optical society of America|
|Abstract: ||A methylene-blue-sensitized polymer blend of polyvinyl alcohol and polyacrylic acid is fabricated and
tested for holographic recording. It was found to have good characteristics such as high sensitivity,
storage stability, ease of fabrication, and environmental stability. Optimization of the ratio of polyvinyl
alcohol polyacrylic acid, the sensitizer concentration, pH, energy, diffraction efficiency measurements,
etc., have been done. pH is found to have a great influence on the recovery of the dye in this matrix.
The results of experimental investigations into the properties of this new material are reported.|
|Appears in Collections:||Dr. Sreekumar K|
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