Abstract

Thin film photosystems based on copper doped lead iodide are presented. A photodecomposable Fabry-Perot type interference filter is described and also a cerment system in which copper and lead iodide are evaporated simultaneously. These systems do not require any development, and additional information can be added subsequent to the first exposure. The proposed systems are generalizable to several metals and dielectrics.

© 1978 Optical Society of America

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