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Hologram Formation in Hardened Dichromated Gelatin Films

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Abstract

Hardened gelatin films sensitized with ammonium dichromate can be utilized to record high quality holograms. The maximum diffraction efficiency of the hologram approaches 90%. The light scattering from the hologram is so low that under ordinary light the hologram plate appears almost indistinguishable from a clear glass plate. Either a transmission or a reflection hologram can be recorded. Linear recording range of light amplitude is large. A practical method of preparing and processing the film is described, and the exposure characteristics are presented.

© 1969 Optical Society of America

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