Developing a photorefractive polymer.
Because photorefractive polymers should be cheaper than photorefractive crystals, more easily shaped and more readily tailored to have specific characteristics, these novel materials may allow the development of holographic data storage and new coatings that protect sensors from laser damage.
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|Date:||May 25, 1991|
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