Abstract

Photopolymerizable nanoparticle-polymer composite (NPC) is a photonic nanocomposite material consisting of photopolymer uniformly dispersed with nanoparticles (e.g., SiO2 and ZrO2) [1]. The distribution of dispersed nanoparticles can be manipulated holographically by light. This technique, the so-called holographic assembly of nanoparticles in polymer [2], enables us to perform the single step formation of large area photonic lattice structures for photonic applications such as holographic data storage, holographic diffractive elements and nonlinear optics [1]. Furthermore, we showed that holographic NPC gratings could control slow-neutron (cold and very cold neutron) beams for neutron interferometer [3].

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