Abstract

Antireflective surfaces were produced on optical borosilicate glass by controlled corrosion in nearly neutral solutions. The surfaces have reflectivity below 0.1% and median threshold for laser-induced damage by 1-nsec 1.06-μm pulses of 12 J/cm2; twice the median damage threshold of thin film antireflection coatings.

© 1982 Optical Society of America

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