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"Process Science of Infrared Materials"

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A fundamental evaluation of issues affecting the fabrication of infrared-transmitting materials has been initiated as part of the Center for Optics Manufacturing's (COM) Process Science effort. The study, which will investigate the effect of process conditions on resulting material properties and optical quality, is aimed at improving the database of manufacturing related parameters which will lead to increased fabrication efficiency. The objectives and goals of the program will be reviewed.

© 1992 Optical Society of America

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