Anti-Reflexion Films Evaporated on Glass

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DURING the past decade, much progress has been made on the production, by the evaporation method, of anti-reflexion films on glass surfaces. Up to date, the metallic fluorides have proved the most successful as evaporating materials. Many of these fluorides have been tested, and now magnesium fluoride is probably favoured most.

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    Heller, W., Phys. Rev., 68, 5 (1945).

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    R.C.A. Commonwealth of Australia Patent No. 7010/42.

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BANNON, J. Anti-Reflexion Films Evaporated on Glass. Nature 157, 446 (1946) doi:10.1038/157446a0

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