Simple methods in high throughput holography classes

William R. Alschuler
California Institute of the Arts, USA
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How can you almost guarantee successful student images in classes with limited space, limited time and limited budgets? Straightforward techniques for table construction are described and compared, as well as photochemistry picks and lab layouts, along with reasons for their choices. Keywords: guarantee student success, lightweight stable tables, non-resonant, safe photochemistry

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