Abstract

Holographic subtraction is accomplished on a single plate by using a Pockels cell external to the laser cavity. It is demonstrated that the electro-optic effect may be used to enhance contrast by subtraction on a microscopic scale and at exposure intervals of the order of microseconds.

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