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An experimental equipment for studying the whole space scattering from microrough surfaces

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Abstract

Scattering light in an optical system caused by the rough surfaces of optical devices, is always a critical problem for the quality of the system. Even the optical surfaces that are superpo1ished will also creat considerable undesired scattering noise light, especially for the light with shorter wavelength.

© 1992 Optical Society of America

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