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Optical measurement of size and complex index of laser-damage precursors: the inverse problem

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Abstract

An indirect optical method for determining size and complex refractive index of laser-damage precursors in optical materials is presented. The method is described in detail, with special attention to all assumptions. Results are given for a series of thin-film SiO2 layers.

© 2004 Optical Society of America

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