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Light scattering-based measurement of relevant surface roughness

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Light scattering measurements are used to determine surface PSD functions and application-specific roughness values in different relevant spatial frequency ranges. A new method is presented for area covering investigations of the high-spatial frequency roughness.

© 2012 Optical Society of America

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