Abstract

Reflectances of two low-expansion materials, a recrystallized glass ceramic and a high silica glass, have been measured at five angles of incidence from 15° to 85° in the wavelength region from 80 to 310 Å and in some cases up to 1050 Å. Optical constants are derived and silicon core-level transitions analyzed.

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