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Volume Holographic Recording Utilizing Photo-Initiated Polymerization. Edition No. 1

  • ID: 1894669
  • May 2010
  • 144 Pages
  • VDM Publishing House
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This monogram evaluates the important physical properties of volume holographic recording in sufficiently thick photo-polymer materials that have provided a promising alternative for nonvolatile (WORM) systems. Unlike prior studies that had focused on diffusion limited volume grating formation during illumination, ignoring any post-exposure grating development, this work investigated the complete dynamics of volume holographic recording including post-exposure grating development . In a material utilizing cationing-ring-opening polymerization, the significant post-exposure grating development observed at high I recordings, was identified to allow eventually for strong final gratings (3-5 cm/mJ) without diffusion limitations. Based on these observations, a comprehensive new physical model was developed to describe holographic recording utilizing photo-initiated, rather than photo-induced, polymerization, which accounted accurately for the physical recording properties that allow for efficient nonvolatile holographic digital storage in these photopolymer media.

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Loukas, Paraschis.
Loukas Paraschis, Ph.D. Applied Physics, MS Electrical Engineering, Information Systems Laboratory, Stanford University (1994-1999), Emerging Markets Network Architectures, Cisco Systems (since 2000).

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