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Holographic Materials and Optical Systems

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Holographic Materials and Optical Systems
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Publisher: InTech
ISBN-13: 9789535130383
Number of pages: 516

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Holographic Materials and Optical Systems covers recent research achievements in the areas of volume holographic optical elements and systems, development of functionalized holographic recording materials, and applications in holographic imaging and metrology.

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