STP1117

    Annealing of Induced Damage in Fluoride Glass Components

    Published: Jan 1990


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    Abstract

    Heavy metal fluoride (HMF) glasses are of considerable interest for use as multispectral optical components. HMF glass samples of different compositions were prepared and subjected to different doses of gamma radiation at room temperature. Optical absorption measurements showed that strong damage occurred in the UV and visible regions and no significant losses were detected in the infrared region.


    Author Information:

    El-Bayoumi, OH
    Solid State Sciences Directorate Rome Air Development Center Hanscom AFB, MA

    Suscavage, MJ
    Solid State Sciences Directorate Rome Air Development Center Hanscom AFB, MA

    De Rochemont, LP
    Solid State Sciences Directorate Rome Air Development Center Hanscom AFB, MA


    Paper ID: STP26483S

    Committee/Subcommittee: E13.15

    DOI: 10.1520/STP26483S


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