The Wave Length Dependence of the Transfer Properties of Photographic Materials for Holography

  • H. T. Buschmann


Since the invention of the laser and the evolution of holography a lot of materials has been proposed for the recording of holograms. In spite of many disadvantages, photographic materials on silver halide basis have the outstanding feature of high sensitivity and therefore are mostly used for holographic purposes.


Spatial Frequency Sample Plane Diffraction Efficiency Transfer Property Silver Halide 
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© Plenum Press, New York 1972

Authors and Affiliations

  • H. T. Buschmann
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  1. 1.AGFA-GEVAERT AGLeverkusen - BayerwerkWest Germany

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