Abstract

Using optical "sitall" (glass-ceramic) as an example, the possibility of the shaping (aspherization) of a surface using a self-contained ion source is considered. It is shown that, when aspheric surfaces are obtained with asphericity of up to 13 µm, the optical quality of the processed surface is maintained, and the surface microrelief does not exceed 4 Å.

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