Abstract

Specially developed optical glasses maintain their transparency under exposures up to 106 roentgens cobalt-60 gamma radiation and are usable at 5×108 roentgens. Ordinary optical glass colors at 104 roentgens or less and is nearly useless at 106 roentgens.

© 1957 Optical Society of America

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