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Subject: Re: Thermal emmitance of thin films and coatings produced by sputtering

Date: 05/26/01 at 4:08 PM
Posted by: Dick Swisher
E-mail: rswisher@deskmedia.com
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In Reply to: Thermal emmitance of thin films and coatings produced by sputtering posted by Vasco Teixeira on 04/20/01 at 5:21 PM:

The industry standard gadget is the Gier Dunkle DB-100.

Readings are instantaneous and since it really is an IR reflectometer, there is plenty of signal for low-e surfaces. It likes smooth surfaces. They must be placed in contact with the measuring aperture.


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