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Holographic scattering in photopolymer-dispersed liquid crystals
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10.1063/1.2089148
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(Color online) Far-field readout diffraction pattern of a H-PDLC fabricated from a mixture of TL203 and PN393. The right spot is the transmitted beam and the left spot is the first-order diffracted beam. Bright rings with different diameters are related to holographic scattering. Recording and readout wavelength is 351 nm.

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(Color online) Far-field scattering patterns observed at different recording times of the UV beam, and . The central white spot corresponds to the transmitted beam.

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(Color online) Measured and calculated apex angle of the conjugate image vs readout angle for and . Inset: far-field scattering pattern observed at using . The white spot corresponds to the transmitted beam.

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(Color online) Transmitted intensity as a function of the readout angle for and .

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Scitation: Holographic scattering in photopolymer-dispersed liquid crystals
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/aip/journal/apl/87/15/10.1063/1.2089148
10.1063/1.2089148
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