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Optical properties of bismuth trifluoride thin films

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Films of BiF3 with thicknesses up to 2.35 μm have been deposited on KCl. Similar optical properties have been obtained in films prepared by thermal evaporation and reactive sputtering in a Freon atmosphere. A very broad transmission range from 2600 Å to 20 μm has been measured on BiF3 films ~1 μm thick. Far ir and Auger spectra are presented. BiF3 appears promising as a new optical thin film coating for applications not involving high powers at 10.6 μm and longer wavelengths.

© 1979 Optical Society of America

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