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Optical And Recording Properties Of Copper Phthalocyanine Films

Qiying Chen, D. Gu, Juping Shu, X. Tang, F. Gan
Published 1994 · Materials Science

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Abstract Vacuum-sublimed films of copper phthalocyanine (CuPc) were prepared. The absorption spectrum and optical constants of the film were studied. It was found that there is a comparatively large absorption region at wavelength of 550 – 750 nm. A static optical recording test on a CuPc film on a glass substrate indicated that low power HeNe laser irradiation could initiate a relatively large reflectivity change. It has been observed that the introduction of a metallic reflective layer on the recording layer will raise the writing threshold energy and the maximum reflectivity contrast.
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