Abstract

The transmittance and specular reflectance of several gold black deposits were measured from 15 to 105 μ. Differences in the conditions of preparation of the deposits are correlated with differences in their infrared properties. The large change in the absorption in the 15- to 80-μ region is associated with a condenser effect.

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