A photometer to measure light scattering in optical glass
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A photometer is described for the measurement of light-scattering in high-quality, optical bulk glass. The photometer operates continuously over the wavelength range 0.5 to 1μm and can measure scattering coefficients down to a level of 5×10−7 cm−1. A photon counting technique is used for light measurement and calibration is by reflection of the incident beam from an ideal diffusing screen. Measurements with high-purity benzene are in good agreement with computed and previous experimental values. Results of scattering from two samples of optical glass are given.
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- A photometer to measure light scattering in optical glass
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