Diffraction grating film (holographic type). A diffraction grating is a plane surface which contains literally tens of thousands of microscopic lines or grooves. A phenomenon called “diffraction” causes white light to be split or diffracted into its component colors. These are replica gratings (copies) placed in 2"
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