Abstract

The photothermoplastic medium based on the films of photosensitive polymeric composites with semiconductor properties is developed for application in optical information recording and storage, in holographic interferometry, as well as for medical purposes. This medium was used in the modified holographic device for determination of changes of the refractive index of homogeneous and inhomogeneous liquid objects. The technique and holographic equipment were modified by employing the specially developed and produced transparent cuvette of special shape and the phase shifting interferometry method. Experimentally demonstrated precision of the measurements is not less than 105.

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