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17 September 2020 532-nm, nanosecond laser mirror thin film damage competition
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We propose to survey the state-of-the-art of VIS high reflectors. Specifically, mirrors must meet a minimum reflection of 99.5% at normal incidence for 532 nm. The participants select the coating materials, design, and deposition method. The samples will be damage tested using the raster scanning protocol with a 5-ns pulse length laser system operating at 100 Hz at a single testing facility to enable direct comparison among the participants. Details of the deposition processes, cleaning method, coating materials, and layer count will be shared.
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Raluca A. Negres, Christopher J. Stolz, Gintare Batavičiute, and Andrius Melninkaitis "532-nm, nanosecond laser mirror thin film damage competition", Proc. SPIE 11514, Laser-induced Damage in Optical Materials 2020, 115140L (17 September 2020);

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