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    Laser Induced Damage in Optical Materials: 1984

    Bennett HE, Guenther AH, Milam D, Newnam BE
    Published: 1986

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    Contains papers given at the 16th Symposium on Optical Materials for High Power Lasers. Papers cover Materials and Measurements, Mirrors and Surfaces, Thin Films, and Fundamental Mechanisms.

    Table of Contents

    Laser-Induced Damage in Optical Materials Sixteenth ASTM Symposium October 15–17, 1984

    Retrofit of a High Power Nd:Glass Laser System with Liquid Crystal Polarizers

    Nonlinear Rotatory Power of 90° Twisted Nematic Liquid Crystals

    Picosecond Damage in Y2O3 Stabilized Cubic Zirconia

    Pulsed Laser Induced Optical Damage Threshold In Nd:Cr:GSGG Crystal

    Laser Damage Studies of Several Methacrylate Polymeric Materials

    Leed Analysis of Pulsed Laser Damage to Mo(100) Surfaces

    The Effect of Defects on the Laser Damage Performance of Metal Mirror Surfaces

    Automated Pulsed Testing Using a Scatter-Probe Damage Monitor

    Application of a Computer-Automated IR Sensitive Camera To the Determination of Pulsed Laser Surface Damage Thresholds

    High-Precision Damage-Resistant Multiple-Pass Ultraviolet Reflectometer

    A Low Loss, High Power Variable Laser Attenuator

    Studies of CO2 Laser Induced Damage to Infrared Optical Materials and Coatings

    Surface Potential as a Laser Damage Diagnostic

    Charge Emission and Accumulation in Multiple-Pulse Damage of Silicon

    Laser Generated Ripple Patterns on Dielectrics and Intermediate Band Gap Semiconductors

    Surface Damage Mechanisms in Nontransparent Media

    Picosecond-Pulse Damage Studies of Diffraction Gratings

    Assessment of Optical Coatings Prepared by Molecular Beam Techniques

    Some Recent Observations on the Properties of UHV-Deposited ZrO2

    Oxygen Threshold for Ion-Bean Sputter Deposited Oxide Coatings

    Tomorrows Coatings Today — They Need Help

    High Damage Threshold Porous Silica Antireflective Coating

    Pulse Duration Dependence of 1064-nm Laser Damage Thresholds of Porous Silica Antireflection Coatings on Fused Silica Substrates

    Variation of Transmittance Spectra of Porous Antireflection Coatings with Index Profile

    Characterization of Aluminum Nitride/Aluminum Oxide Reactively Sputtered Antireflection Coatings

    Crystallization of Titania Films by Thermal Heating

    Time Resolved Raman Studies of Laser Induced Damage in TiO2 Optical Coatings

    Ultraviolet Thin Film Coating Characterization

    Effect of Overcoats on 355-nm Reflectors

    Thermal Properties of Optical Thin Film Materials

    Interface and Bulk Absorption of Oxide Layers and Correlation to Damage Threshold at 1.06 μm

    Effect of Anisotropic Stress on Thin Flim Damage Thresholds

    Design of High Power Laser Coatings for Grazing Incidence Mirrors

    The Design of Optimum High Reflectivity Coatings for Grazing Angles of Incidence

    Angular Dependence of Multilayer-Reflector Damage Thresholds

    Survey of Laser Damage Thresholds for High Reflector Films at 1.315 Microns

    Scanning Electron Microscopy Studies of Laser Damage Initiating Defects in ZnSe/ThF4 and SiH/SiO2 Multilayer Coatings

    Single Pulse Laser Induced Damage in IR Coatings at 10.6 μm

    Light Stripping of UV Dielectric Coatings

    An Initial Study of: The Inclusion Model for Repetitively Pulsed Laser Damage

    Self-Focusing in Damage Experiments Revisited

    Two-Photon Absorption, Nonlinear Refraction and Optical Limiting in Semiconductors


    Committee: E13

    DOI: 10.1520/STP954-EB

    ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-4997-7

    ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-0960-5