Abstract

The optical properties of new glasses in the ZnO–CdO–SiO2 system containing high CdO levels (50–90 wt. %) has been determined. The refractive-index variation versus CdO and ZnO composition has been considered. Likewise, the refractive index and spectral transmittance in the 200–2600-nm range for these glasses has been carried out. From these optical measurements it can be stated that glasses in the ZnO–CdO–SiO2 system would be adequate for infrared windows or as laser matrices.

© 1992 Optical Society of America

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