Abstract

Diffraction property of cholesteric liquid crystal (CLC) grating has been theoretically and experimentally investigated. The experimental result is in good agreement with the Raman-Nath theoretical diffraction probed by a polarized beam in various polarization states. The dependence on the wavelength and the polarization creates a possibility for externally modulating the CLC device.

© 2008 Optical Society of America

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