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Anti-Reflection (AR) Coating

An anti-reflection coating is a thin-film coating applied to an optical surface in order to reduce the optical reflectivity of that surface within a certain wavelength range. Often the basic principle of operation is that reflected waves from different optical interfaces largely cancel each other by destructive interference.

Substrate Materials
Coatings can be applied to plastic or glass.

Coating Material
Gold, Silver, Aluminum, Magnesium fluoride, Silicon dioxide, Titanium dioxide, etc.

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