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  1. M. T. Shetter, V. J. Abreu, Appl. Opt. 18, 1132 (1979).
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Transmission of a polished sample of Zerodur as a function of wavelength for different doses of radiation. The dotted line indicates the recovery in transmission occurring in the first week following the 2 × 106-rad dose.

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Schematic showing the geometry for the irradiation of the F.P. The three Zerodur spacing elements receive differing doses according to the distance from the source.

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Interferograms obtained before and after the radiation tests. The detector is a twelve-channel concentric ring anode device, and each channel represents an equal wavelength interval of 1.59 × 10−12 m.

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Table I Summary of Irradiation Test Data

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