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17 September 2012 Corrosion-resistant high-reflectance Mg/SiC multilayer coatings for solar physics in the 25-80 nm wavelength region
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The corrosion mechanisms in Mg/SiC multilayers have been elucidated and corrosion-resistant Mg/SiC multilayer coatings have been demonstrated using spontaneously intermixed Al-Mg corrosion barrier layers. The corrosion-resistant Mg/SiC multilayers can achieve high reflectance simultaneously in up to three narrow wavelength bands within the 25-80 nm wavelength region, making them attractive candidates for solar physics instrumentation and for other applications.
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Regina Soufli, Monica Fernández-Perea, Jeff C. Robinson, Sherry L. Baker, Jennifer Alameda, and Eric M. Gullikson "Corrosion-resistant high-reflectance Mg/SiC multilayer coatings for solar physics in the 25-80 nm wavelength region", Proc. SPIE 8443, Space Telescopes and Instrumentation 2012: Ultraviolet to Gamma Ray, 84433R (17 September 2012); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.926589
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