Abstract

Films of gallium arsenide have been produced by vacuum evaporation on to amorphous substrates and their optical properties have been measured. A simple, effective way of evaporating gallium arsenide is described. The design of absorption filters using evaporated semiconductor films of high refractive index is considered and the manufacture and properties of such a filter are described.

© 1965 Optical Society of America

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