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Laser absorber


(2000)

I need a black paint that will withstand high peak power laser pulses (>10 MW/cm2) without ablating or burning.

I have tried aquadag type materials but they are not very robust. Any help would be appreciated.

john gentile
terahertz technologies inc - oriskany ny


(2005)

I am also looking for such a paint to absorb laser. Have you found it? If so, could you inform of it to me please?

Han-Young Lee
- Korea



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