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Diamondlike Carbon as a Moisture Barrier and Antireflecting Coating on Optical Materialst

  • John A. Woollam (a1), Bhola N De (a1), L. Y. Chen (a1), John J. Pouch (a2) and Samuel A. Alterovitz (a2)...

Introduction

Diamondlike carbon (DLC) is amorphous, hard, semitransparent, and is under consideration for use as a coating material for infrared optics DLC is also designated as a-C:H to indicate its amorphous nature as well as to indicate the presence of large (20 to 55 percent) amounts of hydrogen in the film.

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