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Femtosecond inscription of volume phase gratings in poly(methyl)methacrylate and effects of polarisation inscription

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We inscribed uniform, mm thick volume Bragg gratings in polymer with parallel NUV fs beams reaching 1st order diffraction efficiency > 93% at 532nm. Linear polarisation (TE) couples strongest and circular polarisation weakest due to polarisation dependent filamentation.

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