dye-polymer media A class of optical recording media in which the sensitive layer consists of dye particles dispersed in a binder. Both rewritable and write-once recording are possible. Dye-polymer media are potentially cheaper than those using other materials (such as magneto-optic storage media), but have taken longer to develop.
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