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Design, Manufacture and Application of Metal Optics
Editor(s): William P. Barnes

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Volume Number: 0065
Date Published: 15 January 1976

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What Is Different About Metals?
Author(s): William P. Barnes
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Some Fundamentals Of Metal Mirrors
Author(s): William Caithness
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Selection Of Materials And Processes For Metal Optics
Author(s): Roger A. Paquin
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The Design And Manufacture Of Large Beryllium Optics
Author(s): Robert R. Altenhof
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The Art Of Metal Polishing
Author(s): Walter J. Spawr
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Finishing Of Precision Generated Metal Optical Components
Author(s): Phillip C. Baker; John B. Sonderman; Theodore T. Saitot
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Final Figuring Of A Lightweighted Beryllium Mirror
Author(s): Robert A. Jones
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Effects Of Polishing On 10.6 On Light Absorption Of Aluminum And Titanium Alloys
Author(s): T. T. Saito; J. G. Gowan
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Metal-Optics Scatter Measurements
Author(s): R. P. Young
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Evaluation Of Low-Scatter Technology For Aspheric Metal Mirrors
Author(s): Michael E. Curcio
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Substrate Throughprint In Low Scatter Mirrors
Author(s): John J. Hizny
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Metal Mirrors In The Large
Author(s): H. Pete D. Taylor
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Cryogenic Testing Of A Beryllium Mirror
Author(s): George Mikk
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Metal Optics For A Visible Infrared Spin-Scan Radiometer (VISSR)
Author(s): John C. Campbell
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Electroformed Metal Optics
Author(s): Donald G. DuPree
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Machinability Aspects Of Diamond-Turned Metal Optics
Author(s): J. B. Arnold; P. J. Steger; T. O. Morris
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10.6 um Mirror Reflectivities
Author(s): Ted T. Saito
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