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Effects of substrate and deposition method onto the mirror scattering

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Abstract

Dielectric mirrors were deposited on the substrates with different surface roughness by either IBS or EB. The mirrors coated with IBS showed lower scattering than EB’s. Over ~2Å in substrate roughness, the scattering strongly depended on the roughness of the substrate.

© 2004 Optical Society of America

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