Abstract

We show that room-temperature, crystalline quartz is a useful material for a beam splitter for spectroscopy in the far infrared, ∼60-µm wavelength and longer. We compare such a beam splitter with the traditional far-infrared candidates: Mylar, polarizing, and lamellar beam splitters.

© 1997 Optical Society of America

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