1 September 1992 Optical characteristics of Teflon AF® fluoroplastic materials
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Abstract
The chemical, mechanical, and optical properties of the first two members of a new family of fluoroplastic materials are examined. These new materials have the unique properties of being optically transparent in the visible and near IR and also chemically inert. Comparison of the optical properties to other transparent materials is also presented.
Jay H. Lowry, Joseph S. Mendlowitz, N. S. (Mani) Subramanian, "Optical characteristics of Teflon AF® fluoroplastic materials," Optical Engineering 31(9), (1 September 1992). https://doi.org/10.1117/12.59910 . Submission:
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