1 May 2010 Scattering light measurement of optical surfaces using a new dynamic angle limited integrated scattering method
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The dynamic angle limited integrated scattering (DALIS) method has been developed to examine optically smooth reflective surfaces with well-defined form. The DALIS system shows advantages over the conventional angle-resolved scattering. We propose a new configuration and results in the DALIS method by using a spherical mirror as a collecting element of the scattered light from the surface of a sample under test. Furthermore, the proposed method improves the detection of the scattered light and is suitable to be applied in workshop inspection during optical polishing processes.
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Gilberto Gomez-Rosas, Jesus Villa, Francisco J. Casillas, Miguel Mora-González, Francisco G. Peña-Lecona, Jesús Muñoz Maciel, "Scattering light measurement of optical surfaces using a new dynamic angle limited integrated scattering method," Optical Engineering 49(5), 053607 (1 May 2010). https://doi.org/10.1117/1.3430630 . Submission:
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