Abstract

Ultraviolet transmission curves for propagation parallel to the optic axis of the dihydrogen arsenates and phosphates of ammonium and potassium show that these crystals are transparent to at least 250 mμ. Application of the crystals as electro-optical shutters is discussed.

© 1960 Optical Society of America

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