Silvering is the chemical process of coating glass with a reflective substance.
When glass mirrors first gained widespread usage in Europe during the 16th
century, most were silvered with an amalgam...
Silver coated mirrors offer the highest reflectance in the visible-NIR spectrum (
450 nm - 2 µm, R avg >97.5%) of any metallic mirror, while also offering high ...
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Jun 2, 2014 ... I've read that in the past quality mirrors were coated with silver but that today
vacuum evaporated coatings of aluminum are the accepted ...
The simplest and most common mirror coating is a thin layer of metal. A 100-nm
layer of aluminum or silver makes an excellent reflector for the visible spectrum.
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mirrors, gold, broad bandwidth, reflectivity, damage threshold.
Dielectric coatings are more durable, making them easier to clean, and more ...
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Silvering—the process of coating the back of a glass sheet with melted silver—
became the most popular method for making mirrors in the 1600s. The glass