167. Control of the molecularly reoriented direction in surface relief holographic gratings using photoreactive
liquid crystalline copolymers, N. Kawatsuki, A. Tashima, A. Emoto, H. Ono, M. Kondo, M. Okada, and S. Matsui, Jpn. J. Appl. Phys. 50 (2011) 081608.


Molecularly oriented surface relief (SR) structures in photo-crosslinkable liquid crystalline copolymer films were fabricated using a 325 nm He–Cd laser with p-p and s-s polarized intensity holographic beams. The SR height increased as the exposure energy increased. In contrast, the molecular orientation structure depended on the exposure dose. For all doses, molecular migration from the lower exposure region to the higher one was due to the difference in the crosslinking density. The SR height reached up to 280 nm for a film that was initially 1.0 µm thick. The diffraction efficiency depended on the fabricated SR grating, while the difference in the molecular reorientation area and the direction of the SR gratings explained the diffraction properties.

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