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Evaluation of Subsurface Damage and Surface Roughness by Light Scattering Techniques

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Abstract

The high sensitivity to small imperfections makes light scattering measurements a very powerful and interesting characterization technique for surface roughness and subsurface defects. This will be illustrated for ground and polished optical surfaces.

© 2014 Optical Society of America

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