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1 December 1990 Automated precision reflectometer for first-surface mirrors I: optical head
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Multilayer-overcoated, high-reflector mirrors in sizes up to 30" x 50" areproduced on a continuous coating line. A fully-automatic, highly-accurate scanning reflectometer has been built as part of the process-control system for the continuous coating line. The reflectometer covers a spectral range of 380 to 800 nm and a range of incidence angles of 15° to 6O. The s- and the p-polariation components of reflectance are scanned separately. The reflectance measurements are absolute and are not referenced to a calibrated standard reflector. The absolute measurement accuracy is This paper describes the optical system used in the reflectometer.
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Erik W. Anthon, Luis F. Villanueva, Craig Van Horn, and Richard Ian Seddon "Automated precision reflectometer for first-surface mirrors I: optical head", Proc. SPIE 1323, Optical Thin Films III: New Developments, (1 December 1990);

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