27 April 2009 Varying electro-kinetic interactions to achieve predictable polishing results on zinc sulfide
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A conventional polishing study was conducted with infrared material zinc sulfide with the goal of producing defect-free polished surfaces in predictable amounts of time. Utilizing the measured electro-kinetic properties of the zinc sulfide and polishing abrasives, polishing slurries were selectively altered and the resulting removal rates and surface roughness values were measured. This paper will serve as a baseline for developing an empirical model for optimizing both surface roughness and removal rate for two different types of abrasives with ZnS.
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Jessica DeGroote Nelson, Jessica DeGroote Nelson, Jarrett A Drucker, Jarrett A Drucker, Andrew A. Haefner, Andrew A. Haefner, Robert A. Wiederhold, Robert A. Wiederhold, } "Varying electro-kinetic interactions to achieve predictable polishing results on zinc sulfide", Proc. SPIE 7302, Window and Dome Technologies and Materials XI, 73020O (27 April 2009); doi: 10.1117/12.817904; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.817904
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