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Nickel-Phosphorous Development for Total Solar Irradiance Measurement

  • F. Carlesso (a1), L. A. Berni (a1), L. E. A. Vieira (a1), G. S. Savonov (a1), M. Nishimori (a1), A. Dal Lago (a1) and E. Miranda (a1)...

Abstract

The development of an absolute radiometer instrument is currently a effort at INPE for TSI measurements. In this work, we describe the development of black Ni-P coatings for TSI radiometers absorptive cavities. We present a study of the surface blackening process and the relationships between morphological structure, chemical composition and coating absorption. Ni-P deposits with different phosphorous content were obtained by electroless techniques on aluminum substrates with a thin zincate layer. Appropriate phosphorus composition and etching parameters process produce low reflectance black coatings.

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