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Laser damage threshold for dielectric coatings as determined by inclusions
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7.Damage sites shown in SEM’s used as illustrations in this report are distorted since the specimen is viewed at an angle of 45 °. True dimensions are obtained by measurements on a diagonal aligned on the long axis of the ellipse.
8.The reader is cautioned that threshold intensities quoted are those observed for a given sample, focal‐spot size, pulse duration, and wavelength. Values quoted for pulse durations of 20 psec and 1.4 nsec are the highest observed in our laboratory to date.
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14.The treatments in Refs. 1 and 2 require that the inclusion be completely embedded in the surrounding material. The morphology of the damage indicates that this condition is satisfied for almost all of the inclusions which contribute to coating damages.
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