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How come an anti-reflective coating makes glass *more* transparent?
The book I'm reading about optics says that an anti-reflective film applied on glass* makes the glass more transparent, because the air→film and film→glass reflected waves (originated from a paraxial ...
Jul 12 '11 at 17:22
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