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  1. A. H. Laufer, J. A. Pirog, and J. R. McNesby, J. Opt. Soc. Am. 55, 64 (1965).
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  2. D. A. Patterson and W. H. Vaughan, J. Opt. Soc. Am. 53, 851 (1963).
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F. 1

Transmittance at room temperature (+20°C to +26°C) of various samples of barium fluoride. S1: Cleaved sample from ingot 1, 6.1 mm thick. S3: Cleaved sample from ingot 3, 4.1 mm thick. W3: Polished sample from ingot 3, 2.0 mm thick. S6: Cleaved sample from ingot 6, 4.2 mm thick. W8: Polished sample from ingot 8, 2.0 mm thick. Ref. 1: Cleaved sample reported in Ref. 1, 1.95 mm thick.

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F. 2

Transmittance at room temperature (+20°C to +26°C) of barium fluoride sample S6 (4.2 mm thick) as a function of duration of heat treatment at +100°C under ambient atmospheric conditions.

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Transmittance at room temperature (+20°C to +26°C) of two samples of lithium fluoride as affected by storage conditions and by cleaning. S2(1): Freshly cleaved sample from ingot 2, 1.3 mm thick, measured 24 July 1963. S2 (2): Same sample remeasured 31 March 1965 after 20 months storage in chemical desiccator. S2(3): Same sample remeasured 30 April 1965 after 2-min ultrasonic cleaning in absolute ethyl alcohol. W2(1): Polished sample from ingot 2, 2.0 mm thick, measured 28 January 1964. W2(2): Same sample remeasured 31 December 1964 after 11 months storage in uncontrolled environment (humidity never exceeding 95%). W2(3): Same sample remeasured 23 April 1965 after 2-min ultrasonic cleaning in absolute ethyl alcohol.

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F. 4

Transmittance at various temperatures for two samples of barium fluoride. W3: Polished sample from ingot 3, 2.0 mm thick. W8: Polished sample from ingot 8, 2.0 mm thick. Numbers in parentheses refer to temperatures in °C.

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F. 5

Effect of temperature on transmittance cutoff for various ultraviolet optical materials. LiF: Lithium fluoride polished sample 2.0 mm thick. BaF2: Barium fluoride polished sample 2.0 mm thick. SiO2: Fused quartz sample 1.5 mm thick.