Abstract

A black layer coating for an aluminum–photoresist interface with a reflectance less than 0.1% for 413-nm, s-polarized light incident at 25° is described. It is made of space-compatible materials, and its rms roughness is less than 15 Å.

© 2002 Optical Society of America

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