Abstract

Measurements of reflectance and the profile of scattered intensity from rough and smooth surfaces are reported for incident radiation of 1216 Å. The profiles show the intensity of scattered uv in the plane of incidence at various incident angles. Black appearing surfaces are found to have reflectances higher than expected.

© 1968 Optical Society of America

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