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  1. V. C. Chambers, U.S. Patent3,479,185; Belgian Patent755,251; W. German Patent2,041,072.
  2. W. S. Colburn, K. A. Haines, Appl. Opt. 10, 1636 (1971).
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Chambers, V. C.

V. C. Chambers, U.S. Patent3,479,185; Belgian Patent755,251; W. German Patent2,041,072.

Colburn, W. S.

Haines, K. A.

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V. C. Chambers, U.S. Patent3,479,185; Belgian Patent755,251; W. German Patent2,041,072.

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Fig. 1

Decrease of monomer diffusion coefficient (in cm2 sec−1) with increasing polymerization of a photopolymerizable composition.

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Fig. 2

Monomer diffusion times in polymerized films. Spatial frequencies: A, 250 mm−1; B, 500 mm−1; C, 1000 mm−1.

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Fig. 3

See text for explanation.

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Fig. 4

Dependence of hologram diffraction efficiency on relative exposure intensity (I) and exposure time (t). solid line, ○: intensity giving maximum diffraction efficiency. dashed line, ▽: minimum intensity producing an observable hologram. dashed line, △: maximum intensity producing an observable hologram. Observable holograms are produced for (t, I) between the dashed lines with maximum diffraction efficiency occurring on the solid line. Holograms were uniformly exposed before making measurements. Spatial frequency was about 250 mm−1.

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t D = x 2 / D ,
x = 0.5 / spatial frequency .

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