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1.3 PHYSICAL SCIENCES, Condensed matter physics, Optics, Polymer science
The optical characteristics of photopolymer films doped with nanoparticles are studied. The investigated systems consist of a soft polymer matrix containing porous zeolite nanoparticles with concentrations varied in the range from 0wt.% to 7wt.%. 40μm thick layers are obtained by casting the photopolymer nanocomposite solution on glass substrates. The corona charging influence on the transmission spectra and on the surface and the effective refractive index of the dry layers is investigated.
Yovcheva, T., Naydenova, I. & Vlaeva, I. (2009). Optical properties of charged polymer with nano-sized zeolite inclusions. Condensed Matter Physics Conference of Balkan Countries, Mugla University, Mugla, TURKEY. 26-28 May. doi:10.21427/ef22-de55