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Advances in Optical Production Technology I
Editor(s): Thomas L. Williams

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Volume Number: 0109
Date Published: 14 October 1977

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The Growth Of Alkali Halide Crystals For Optical Components
Author(s): J. Reed
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Advantages Of Monocrystalline Germanium For Infrared Optics
Author(s): L. H. De Laet
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Loose Abrasives, Impregnated Diamonds And Electro-Plated Diamonds For Glass Surfacing,
Author(s): D. F. Horne
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Discussion Of A Model Of Lens Surface Geometry Through High-Speed Generating, Smoothing And Polishing And Of Aspects In Its Practical Achievement
Author(s): F. W. Clarke
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Further Developments Of Diamond Smoothing Techniques
Author(s): W. H. Griffiths
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Precision Grinding With Pellets And High-Speed Polishing By Means Of Synthetic Material
Author(s): Manfred W. Spira
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Quantitative Analysis Of Polishing Efficiency Obtained On Standard Machines
Author(s): Jean E. Khaladji
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Modern Production Methods In Manufacturing Optical Components
Author(s): Ernst Loh
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Optical Cements
Author(s): Peter G. Hunt
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Production Tests For Infrared Lenses
Author(s): M. O. Lidwell
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Replication Of Refracting Optics
Author(s): Keith R. Barnes
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The Production Of Aspherical Surfaces By Mechanical Means
Author(s): Erich Heynacher
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