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1 October 2013 Grating inscription in DR1:DNA-CTMA thin films: theory and experiment
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Recent experimental results indicate that the inscription of gratings in DR1:DNA-CTMA thin films displays some features of non-exponential grating amplitude growth with time.1 The origin of this behavior is hypothetically assigned to a complex distribution of local voids in a polymeric matrix1, 2 which strongly influences the dynamics of grating inscription modelled using the semi-intercalation hypothesis.3–7 We discuss critically those topics, review the theoretical methods used for modelling of the grating inscription and point-out a hypothetical relation to complex systems. New experimental results of holographic DTWM recording of the gratings in DNA-CTMA:DR1 and PS:DR1 are presented. The two observed types of dynamics are hypothetically assigned to various distributions of local voids in corresponding polymeric matrices.
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G. Pawlik, W. Radosz, A. C. Mitus, J. Mysliwiec, A. Miniewicz, F. Kajzar, and I. Rau "Grating inscription in DR1:DNA-CTMA thin films: theory and experiment", Proc. SPIE 8817, Nanobiosystems: Processing, Characterization, and Applications VI, 88170D (1 October 2013); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2026701
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