Abstract

A dichroic film of unlimited aperture which polarizes radiation efficiently over the 260–800 mμ spectral range is described. The film is prepared by special treatment of the conventional polvinyl alcohol-iodine type polarizer. Spectral curves on its dichroic properties are included.

© 1962 Optical Society of America

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