Tuesday, July 11, 2006

Amazing emulsions

Dr James Gates - or Gates - explains: -


'Tuesday morning we were greeted by Nicholas Phillips who was Chairing today’s session on holographic films and emulsions. One of the most interesting talks was the work on the Silvercross Project which aimed to produce emulsions with fine grain size. E. Mirlis presented an emulsion that they had developed with a 10nm grain size which vastly reduced the Rayleigh scattering effects and reduced that purple haze.

Greg Jackson from Fuji Hunt introduced their new Silver Halide holographic film. It’s a panchromatic film with a 45% diffraction efficiency and a resolution of 3000 lines/mm, but to the dismay of Nick Phillips, only had a grain size of 30-40nm. Well, you can’t keep everyone happy!'

2 Comments:

Anonymous Michael Harrison said...

It appears that the silvercross link should actually be http://silvercrossproject.org rather than a link to a the Silver Cross hospital.

10:58 AM  
Blogger Pearl V John said...

sorry, thank you - have amended it!

12:45 PM  

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