Single femtosecond exposure recording of an image hologram by spectral hole burning in an unstable tautomer of a phthalocyanine derivative

Rebane, A.; Drobizhev, M.; Sigel, C. (2000). Single femtosecond exposure recording of an image hologram by spectral hole burning in an unstable tautomer of a phthalocyanine derivative. Opt. Lett., 25 (22), 1633-1635.
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Rebane, A.; Drobizhev, M.; Sigel, C.
Opt. Lett.
0146-9592
25
22
2000
1633-1635
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English, We demonstrate, for what we believe is the first time, recording of a femtosecond image hologram by illumination with a single pair of high-intensity femtosecond pulses in a broad inhomogeneous bandwidth spectral hole-burning material consisting of a polymer film doped with anthraceno-phthalocyanine dye molecules. High efficiency of spectral hole burning is achieved by preillumination of the sample at a low temperature to convert the dye molecules into an unstable tautomer form. (C) 2000 Optical Society of America OCIS codes: 090.0090, 320.0320.
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