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Adhesive-free, high optical quality deformable mirror

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Mode control is crucial for the high-precision interferometry such as gravitational-wave detectors. We report here the design and characterisation of a linear, high dynamic range, spherically deformable, adaptive mirror that is adhesive-free and low cost.

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