Abstract

The optical and crystalline properties of PbF2 thin films as a function of the substrate temperature during deposition have been studied; the other evaporation conditions were kept as constant as possible. Channel spectra, guided modes, and ellipsometry techniques were used for the analysis of the optical properties of the films. X-ray diffraction was used for the analysis of the crystalline structure.

© 1993 Optical Society of America

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