How Optical Coating Can Help Fire Detection
Abstract:The new process for the coating of binocular lenses and prisms which is described in this article has been rather generally adopted for military work and gives promise of being of value also in forestry work. Publication of this article and of a previous one2 by Mrs. Reichert does not of course imply sponsorship by the editor or the Society of the company with which she is connected. She will be glad on request to supply reprints of either article. Additional contributions on this subject, particularly in the form of reports on field experience in the use of binoculars with coated lenses and prisms, will be most welcome.
Document Type: Journal Article
Affiliations: Mirakel Repair Company, Mt. Vernon, N. Y.
Publication date: February 1, 1946
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