A Reversible Optical Recording Medium
A variety of reversible recording media have been developed in the United States in the last few years such as photochromic, catho dochromic, thermochromic, ferroelectric materials and liquid crystals.
KeywordsSilver Halide Projection Lens Power Density Distribution Photochromic Material Corning Glass Work
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