Abstract

Results for the thermal emittance of copper films deposited on glass are reported for the 40–460 °C range. The values found are substantially below those previously reported for pure copper samples and are smaller than is predicted on the basis of diffuse scattering of electrons by the metal surface.

© 1981 Optical Society of America

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