28 December 1989 Neutral Density Filters For The Ultraviolet That Obey Beer's Law
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Neutral density filters have been designed that are rendered non-reflective. This has been achieved by adding anti-reflective layers and also subdividing the metal layer with dielectric spacers. Filters have been fabricated that obey Beer's law: Tt=Ta*Tb,
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David H. Cushing, John C. Simorns, "Neutral Density Filters For The Ultraviolet That Obey Beer's Law", Proc. SPIE 1158, Ultraviolet Technology III, (28 December 1989); doi: 10.1117/12.962543; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.962543


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