The reflection and transmission of fifteen commonly used infrared optical materials have been measured to 50 μ with a Beckman IR-7 with CsI optics. Using these reflection properties, small inexpensive reststrahlen filters have been constructed. By applying a fine grind to reststrahlen plates, it is shown that stray light can be reduced in far-infrared instruments.
© 1963 Optical Society of America
Original Manuscript: March 14, 1962
Published: June 1, 1963
Donald E. McCarthy, "The Reflection and Transmission of Infrared Materials: I, Spectra from 2 50 Microns," Appl. Opt. 2, 591-595 (1963)
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