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Scattering Reduction through Oblique Multilayer Deposition

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Abstract

Scattering from multilayers depends on the roughness of each interface and their cross-correlation properties. Oblique deposition of thin films allows tailoring the cross-correlation properties and thus the scattering, which will be illustrated for Mo/Si multilayers.

© 2013 Optical Society of America

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