Abstract

Fundamental absorption edge and the ir absorption at 10.6-μm wavelengths have been studied in CdTe laser window samples of varying optical quality. The results show that the edge spectroscopy can be used as a sensitive diagnostic technique for evaluating the over-all optical quality of the material.

© 1975 Optical Society of America

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