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Hologram Recording Materials

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Holograms need a material to record interference fringes. There are many materials that can record fringes.
; * '''[[Silver Halide Materials]] : ''' Basic information about silver halide holographic plates and film.; * '''[[Silver Halide Chemistry]] : ''' Theory and Practice of Making Silver Halide Plates and Development.; * '''[[Silver Film Comparison Chart]] : ''' A quick comparison of the qualities of different commercially made films.; * '''[[Dichromated Gelatin Chemistry]] : ''' Theory and Practice of DCG Plates and Development.; * '''[[Polymer Film and Processes]] : ''' Many commercially sold holograms are made from photopolymers.; * ''' [[Photoresist]] : ''' Taken from the electronics industry, this material can make relief holograms for embossing.; * '''[[Coating Methods]] : ''' Coating Gelatin on to a glass plate is an art in itself.; * '''[[Crystals]] : ''' There are many crystals that can record an image. The cost and exposure energy required is very high so they are not often used for holography.; * '''[[Embossed Holograms]] : ''' These are like the holograms seen on credit cards.; * '''[[Gelatin]] : ''' Used as the suspension medium to hold light sensitive particles.; * '''[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hologram#Materials Wikipedia] : ''' Wikipedia's summary of Holographic Recording Materials.; * '''[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Periodic_table_%28standard%29 The Elements] : ''' The Periodic Table of the Elements; * '''[[Books]]'''

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