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Applied Physics Letters : Depth-resolved holographic optical coherence imaging using a highsensitivity photorefractive polymer device

By M. Salvador, J. Prauzner, S. Köber, K. Meerholz, K. Jeong et al

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Title: Applied Physics Letters : Depth-resolved holographic optical coherence imaging using a highsensitivity photorefractive polymer device  
Author: M. Salvador, J. Prauzner, S. Köber, K. Meerholz, K. Jeong et al
Volume: Issue : December 2008
Language: English
Subject: Science, Physics, Natural Science
Collections: Periodicals: Journal and Magazine Collection, Applied Physics Letters Collection
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Publisher: American Institute of Physics

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J. Prauzner, S. Köber, K. Meerholz, K. Jeong Et A, M. S. (n.d.). Applied Physics Letters : Depth-resolved holographic optical coherence imaging using a highsensitivity photorefractive polymer device. Retrieved from http://worldjournals.org/


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Description: We present coherence-gated holographic imaging using a highly sensitive photorefractive PR polymer composite as the recording medium. Due to the high sensitivity of the composite holographic recording at intensities as low as 5 mW/cm2 allowed for a frame exposure time of only 500 ms. Motivated by regenerative medical applications, we demonstrate optical depth sectioning of a polymer foam for use as a cell culture matrix. An axial resolution of 18 m and a transverse resolution of 30 μm up to a depth of 600 μm was obtained using an off-axis recording geometry.

 
 


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