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The Development of High Reflection TiO2:GeO2 and SiO2 Coatings for Gravitational Wave Detectors

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Multilayer coatings with 99.998% reflectivity consisting of stacks of a TiO2:GeO2 alloy and SiO2 thin films with excellent optical properties are demonstrated. The effect of annealing the structural properties of the coatings is studied.

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