Abstract

A newly developed pyrolytic graphite polarizer foil has been found to provide a reasonably high transmittance and an excellent degree of polarization in the total spectral range above 10 μ. Its use has certain advantages over other types of polarizers for such wavelengths.

© 1962 Optical Society of America

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