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  1. D. Mog, “Machinable Glass-Ceramic: A New Material for Vacuum Equipment,” Vacuum 26, 25 (1976).
  2. D. G. Grossman, “Machining a Machinable Glass-Ceramic,” Vacuum 28, 55 (1978).
  3. D. G. Grossman, “Machining a Machinable Glass-Ceramic,” Am. Mach. (May1978).
  4. C. K. White, “Thermal Expansion at Low Temperatures of Glass-Ceramics and Glasses,” Cryogenics487 (Aug.1976).
  5. G. H. Beall, M. R. Montierth, G. P. Smith, “Machinable Glass-Ceramics,” Microtecnic 26, 173 (1972).
  6. V. O. Altemose, A. R. Kacyon, “Vacuum Compatibility of Machinable Glass Ceramics,” J. Vac. Sci. Technol. 16, 951 (1979).
  7. R. N. Stauffer, “Now: A Glass-Ceramic That's Machinable,” Manuf. Eng. (Mar.1976).
  8. W. N. Lawless, “Dielectric and Thermal Properties of a Machinable Glass-Ceramic at Low Temperatures,” Cryogenics273 (May1975).
  9. J. Palmer, U. Arizona, Tucson; private communication.
  10. L. Levi, Applied Optics (Wiley, New York, 1968), Vol. 1, p. 337.

1979 (1)

V. O. Altemose, A. R. Kacyon, “Vacuum Compatibility of Machinable Glass Ceramics,” J. Vac. Sci. Technol. 16, 951 (1979).

1978 (2)

D. G. Grossman, “Machining a Machinable Glass-Ceramic,” Vacuum 28, 55 (1978).

D. G. Grossman, “Machining a Machinable Glass-Ceramic,” Am. Mach. (May1978).

1976 (3)

C. K. White, “Thermal Expansion at Low Temperatures of Glass-Ceramics and Glasses,” Cryogenics487 (Aug.1976).

R. N. Stauffer, “Now: A Glass-Ceramic That's Machinable,” Manuf. Eng. (Mar.1976).

D. Mog, “Machinable Glass-Ceramic: A New Material for Vacuum Equipment,” Vacuum 26, 25 (1976).

1975 (1)

W. N. Lawless, “Dielectric and Thermal Properties of a Machinable Glass-Ceramic at Low Temperatures,” Cryogenics273 (May1975).

1972 (1)

G. H. Beall, M. R. Montierth, G. P. Smith, “Machinable Glass-Ceramics,” Microtecnic 26, 173 (1972).

Altemose, V. O.

V. O. Altemose, A. R. Kacyon, “Vacuum Compatibility of Machinable Glass Ceramics,” J. Vac. Sci. Technol. 16, 951 (1979).

Beall, G. H.

G. H. Beall, M. R. Montierth, G. P. Smith, “Machinable Glass-Ceramics,” Microtecnic 26, 173 (1972).

Grossman, D. G.

D. G. Grossman, “Machining a Machinable Glass-Ceramic,” Vacuum 28, 55 (1978).

D. G. Grossman, “Machining a Machinable Glass-Ceramic,” Am. Mach. (May1978).

Kacyon, A. R.

V. O. Altemose, A. R. Kacyon, “Vacuum Compatibility of Machinable Glass Ceramics,” J. Vac. Sci. Technol. 16, 951 (1979).

Lawless, W. N.

W. N. Lawless, “Dielectric and Thermal Properties of a Machinable Glass-Ceramic at Low Temperatures,” Cryogenics273 (May1975).

Levi, L.

L. Levi, Applied Optics (Wiley, New York, 1968), Vol. 1, p. 337.

Mog, D.

D. Mog, “Machinable Glass-Ceramic: A New Material for Vacuum Equipment,” Vacuum 26, 25 (1976).

Montierth, M. R.

G. H. Beall, M. R. Montierth, G. P. Smith, “Machinable Glass-Ceramics,” Microtecnic 26, 173 (1972).

Palmer, J.

J. Palmer, U. Arizona, Tucson; private communication.

Smith, G. P.

G. H. Beall, M. R. Montierth, G. P. Smith, “Machinable Glass-Ceramics,” Microtecnic 26, 173 (1972).

Stauffer, R. N.

R. N. Stauffer, “Now: A Glass-Ceramic That's Machinable,” Manuf. Eng. (Mar.1976).

White, C. K.

C. K. White, “Thermal Expansion at Low Temperatures of Glass-Ceramics and Glasses,” Cryogenics487 (Aug.1976).

Am. Mach. (1)

D. G. Grossman, “Machining a Machinable Glass-Ceramic,” Am. Mach. (May1978).

Cryogenics (2)

C. K. White, “Thermal Expansion at Low Temperatures of Glass-Ceramics and Glasses,” Cryogenics487 (Aug.1976).

W. N. Lawless, “Dielectric and Thermal Properties of a Machinable Glass-Ceramic at Low Temperatures,” Cryogenics273 (May1975).

J. Vac. Sci. Technol. (1)

V. O. Altemose, A. R. Kacyon, “Vacuum Compatibility of Machinable Glass Ceramics,” J. Vac. Sci. Technol. 16, 951 (1979).

Manuf. Eng. (1)

R. N. Stauffer, “Now: A Glass-Ceramic That's Machinable,” Manuf. Eng. (Mar.1976).

Microtecnic (1)

G. H. Beall, M. R. Montierth, G. P. Smith, “Machinable Glass-Ceramics,” Microtecnic 26, 173 (1972).

Vacuum (2)

D. Mog, “Machinable Glass-Ceramic: A New Material for Vacuum Equipment,” Vacuum 26, 25 (1976).

D. G. Grossman, “Machining a Machinable Glass-Ceramic,” Vacuum 28, 55 (1978).

Other (2)

J. Palmer, U. Arizona, Tucson; private communication.

L. Levi, Applied Optics (Wiley, New York, 1968), Vol. 1, p. 337.

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Alignment system using a cylindrical machinable ceramic diffuser shown in cutaway, to provide diffuse axially symmetric illumination. The alignment mark is imaged onto a bicell detector.

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