Abstract

Three vintages of Schott Zerodur and Corning 9600 were thermally cycled repeatedly in the 100–475 K temperature range. Hysteresis has been dramatically reduced in both materials.

© 1989 Optical Society of America

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  1. S. F. Jacobs, S. C. Johnston, and G. A. Hansen, "Expansion Hysteresis upon Thermal Cycling of Zerodur," Appl. Opt. 23, 3014–3016 (1984).
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  2. O. Lindig and W. Pannhorst, "Thermal Expansion and Length Stability of Zerodur in Dependence on Temperature and Time," Appl. Opt. 24, 3330–3334 (1985).
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  3. S. F. Jacobs, S. C. Johnston, J. M. Sasian, J. D. Targove, and D. Bass, "Surface Figure Changes Due to Thermal Cycling Hysteresis," Appl. Opt. 26, 4438–4442 (1987).
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Bass, D.

Hansen, G. A.

Jacobs, S. F.

Johnston, S. C.

Lindig, O.

Pannhorst, W.

Sasian, J. M.

Targove, J. D.

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Figures (4)

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Fig. 1

Thermal cycling of three vintages of Zerodur.

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Fig. 2

Thermal cycling of three vintages of 9600.

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Fig. 3

Thermal cycling of Zerodur M (12/88) including waiting times in hours.

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Fig. 4

Thermal cycling of Corning 9600 (2/89) including waiting times in hours.

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