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Transillumination imaging through scattering media by use of photorefractive polymers

Steele, D. D. and Volodin, B. L. and Savina, O. and Kippelen, B. and Peyghambarian, N. and Röckel, H. and Marder, S. R. (1998) Transillumination imaging through scattering media by use of photorefractive polymers. Optics Letters, 23 (3). pp. 153-155. ISSN 0146-9592.

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We demonstrate the use of a near-infrared-sensitive photorefractive polymer with high efficiency for imaging through scattering media, using an all-optical holographic time gate. Imaging through nine scattering mean free paths is performed at 800 nm with a mode-locked continuous-wave Ti:sapphire laser.

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Additional Information:© 1998 Optical Society of America Received May 16, 1997 This research was supported by the U.S. Office of Naval Research through the Multidisciplinary University Research Initiative, Center for Advanced Multifunctional Nonlinear Optical Polymers and Molecular Assemblies, by the U.S. Air Force Off ice of Scientific Research, and by the National Science Foundation. We thank P. M. W. French for helpful discussions. H. Röckel thanks the Alexander von Humbolt Foundation for a Feodor Lyman postdoctoral fellowship.
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