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1.3 PHYSICAL SCIENCES

Publication Details

Mihaylova, E., Cody, D., Naydenova, I., Martin, S., Toal, V.: Research on holographic sensors and novel photopolymers at the centre for industrial and engineering optics. In ((Mihaylova, E. ed) Holography: basic principles and contemporary applications. Intech, 2013.

ISBN 978-953-51-1117-7

Abstract

The recent resurgence of interest in photopolymers for commercial holograms is a strong incentive for development of photopolymers that are as environmentally friendly as possible. Photopolymer materials consist of a light-sensitive film which is exposed during production to form the hologram, thereby offering versatility well beyond that of current security holograms, which are mass produced from a master using a foil stamping processes.

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https://doi.org/10.5772/56061


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