1 August 1992 Scatter from particulate-contaminated mirrors. part 4: properties of scatter from dust for visible to far-infrared wavelengths
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Optical Engineering, 31(8), (1992). doi:10.1117/12.58711
Abstract
It is shown that the far-infrared scatter from smooth mirrors can be dominated by the scatter from just a few very small particles or defects. This emphasizes the necessity for good cleaning techniques and good clean-room procedures. Several effects of this finding are discussed, as well as several other related topics: the cleanliness required for the scatter to be dominated by a mirror's surface microroughness; a proposed specification for low-scatter infrared mirrors; incident angle invariance of clean and contaminated mirrors; the shape ofthe bidirectional reflectance distribution function (BRDF) curves; and the relation between surface cleanliness level, clean-room cleanliness class, and BRDF.
Paul R. Spyak, William L. Wolfe, "Scatter from particulate-contaminated mirrors. part 4: properties of scatter from dust for visible to far-infrared wavelengths," Optical Engineering 31(8), (1 August 1992). http://dx.doi.org/10.1117/12.58711
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Mirrors

Bidirectional reflectance transmission function

Particles

Surface roughness

Infrared radiation

Chlorine

Information technology

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