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Preparation and calibration of first-surface aluminum mirror specular reflectance standards
Victor R. Weidner
by U.S. Dept. of Commerce, National Bureau of Standards, For sale by the Supt. of Docs., U.S. G.P.O. in Washington, D.C
Written in English
|Statement||Victor R. Weidner, Jack J. Hsia.|
|Series||Standard reference materials, NBS special publication ;, 260-75|
|Contributions||Hsia, J. J., Center for Radiation Research. Radiometric Physics Division.|
|LC Classifications||QC100 .U57 no. 260-75, QC425 .U57 no. 260-75|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 17 p. :|
|Number of Pages||17|
|LC Control Number||82600542|
These standards are aged, magnesium fluoride coated first surface aluminum mirrors for the calibration of other specular materials in hemispherical geometry. Transmittive Diffusers Diffusers are used to give a lambertian response to a detector, either in a sphere system or as a solar collector. Specular Glass. Specular gloss or specular reflectance is simply the fraction of the incident light reflected from a surface in the mirror direction within a specified angular tolerance. This is the aspect of gloss that is measured most frequently because it is the one for which an instrument is .
An angle-dependent reflectometer or transmissometer includes an optical imaging array in the incident and reflected or transmitted light path that breaks up an incident light beam into mutually spatially incoherent light bundles. The individual light bundles are then focused to a common spot by a high numerical aperture objective lens so as to provide a range of incidence angles on a sample. original sample mass. The reflectance of an optical witness sample (OWS), a magnesium fluoride coated aluminum, first surface mirror, shall be within the allowable limits of vacuum ultraviolet (VUV, nm – nm) reflectance change (% maximum decrease in ∆R/Ro) when tested in accordance with the test procedure in Paragraph 6.
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Marinenko, R. An enhanced first-surface aluminum reflector Annual Book of ASTM Standards. Astm Standard The absolute specular reflectance of flat mirrors was obtained as a function of the reflected beam.
The results show that first-surface mirrors top-protected with amorphous Aluminum Oxide (1μm thick) layer show a higher specular reflectance compared to second-surface mirrors, which makes Al 2 O.
This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Usually, the silver mirrors have a higher reflectance than alumi- num mirrors, however, four layers are needed to obtain a good silver mirror, as developed by Hass et al.
() and Bacuchi (), instead of two layers as needed with the aluminum mirrors (aluminum and. The key optical property in a solar mirror is the solar specular reflectance. The quality of the concentrated solar flux profile on the focus is directly related to the accuracy achieved by the mirror to conform the desired concentrator geometry.
First-surface mirrors. MazariDevelopment and mean life of aluminum first-surface mirrors. the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) and the International Standardization Organization (ISO) (Anonymous,).
These are (1) R a, CLA (center-line average), or AA (arithmetic average) and (2) the standard deviation or variance (σ), R q or root mean square (RMS).
Two other statistical FIGURE General typology of surfaces. CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS Papers Presentations Journals. Advanced Photonics Journal of Applied Remote Sensing. Introduction to First Surface and Second Surface Mirrors. All of our mirrors are first surface mirrors, (Figure 1) featuring a high reflectance coating deposited on the front surface of a variety of different types of glass, metal, or semiconductor substrates.
First surface mirrors are recommended for use in precision optics applications. Four sample types that span a wide range of specular reflectance intensities were investigated. A piece of polished aluminum represents high reflectance (around 90%R), a wafer of silica has medium reflectance (around 50%R), and a piece of dark glass as well as a clear glass slab with back side protection represent low reflectors (around 4%R).
original sample mass. The reflectance of an optical witness sample (OWS), a magnesium fluoride coated aluminum, first surface mirror, shall be within the allowable limits of vacuum ultraviolet (VUV, nm – nm) reflectance change (% maximum decrease in ∆R/Ro) when tested in accordance with the test procedure in Paragraph 6.
KEYWORDS: Optical filters, Radio optics, Sensors, Calibration, Remote sensing, Silicon, Lamps, Photodiodes, Integrating spheres, Radiometry Read Abstract + We describe the development of a mechanically simple, radiometrically stable transfer radiometer designed for.
Specular Glass Specular gloss or specular reflectance is simply the fraction of the incident light reflected from a surface in the mirror direction within a specified angular tolerance.
This is the aspect of gloss that is measured most frequently because it is the one for which an instrument is. Book topics include. Practical aspects of spectrometers and spectrometry. Sample preparation. Chemometrics and calibration practices.
Reflectance measurements. Standard materials measurements. An emphasis is placed on reflectance and color measurements due to their common usage in today's spectroscopic laboratories. First Surface Gold Mirror for Specular Reflectance from nm to nm Series: This Standard Reference Material (SRM) is intended for use in calibrating the reflectance scales of specular reflectometers.
The SRM mirror consists of a glass substrate. Ultra-precision face turning of Al mirrors using single point diamond turning (SPDT) was undertaken to investigate the correlation between the surface roughness and reflectance.
By reducing the feed rate, the optimal feed rate when the chip formation became unstable was studied. Most importantly, the impact on the roughness and reflectance was examined when the chip formation .For $75 a year, or free for students, you can be a member of one of the world's leading standards development organizations.
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