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Fig. 1

Monitoring curve for controlling the film thickness of LiF during the deposition by measuring the reflectance decrease of a single glass surface at λ = 3900 A.

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Fig. 2

Reflectance of evaporated aluminum with two thicknesses of LiF overcoatings. Reflectance of Al + Mg2 and 24-hr-old aluminum are shown for comparison.