Published: Jan 1990
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Unusual behavior has been reported for D2O/H2O-dosed CaF2 optical thin films. This behavior includes resistance to laser-induced damage at 2.7-μm radiation, improved damage morphology, and reduced optical absorption in the water band for even H2O-dosed CaF2 optical thin films. Analysis of the films strongly suggests that the modification of film properties is not the result of inclusion of the D2O/H2O into the film matrix or chemical contamination. Rather, the act of dosing has modified the structural properties of the films, thus producing the effects observed.
adsorption, calcium fluoride, D, 2, O, desorption, H, 2, O, laser damage, thin films
Naval Weapons Center, China Lake, California