27 September 1979 Light Scattering From Multilayer Optics: Comparison Of Theory And Experiment
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Proceedings Volume 0183, Space Optics II; (1979) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.957399
Event: 1979 Huntsville Technical Symposium, 1979, Huntsville, United States
Measurements of angular scattering due to surface roughness are taken from a 24-layer dielectric mirror and compared to theory. In addition, the top surface roughness of the multilayer stack is analyzed from Talystep profilometer measurements. This roughness data is used to obtain a spectral density function to be used in a vector multilayer scattering theory. When this is done, it is found that the theory, using the experimentally obtained roughness spectral density function, agrees remarkably well with the measured angular scattering data. This is especially true if care is taken to differentiate between particulate and roughness scattering. The theory uses three multilayer stack models to incorporate possible effects of different levels of correlation between interfaces of the stack. The stack was produced by Optical Coating Laboratory Incorporated.
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J. M. Elson, J. M. Elson, J. P. Rahn, J. P. Rahn, } "Light Scattering From Multilayer Optics: Comparison Of Theory And Experiment", Proc. SPIE 0183, Space Optics II, (27 September 1979); doi: 10.1117/12.957399; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.957399

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