Visible Optical Damage

Visible optical damage is a damage, which occurs due to photo-induced break down of trace (as low as parts per billion) organic chemicals leaving on the surface of the Emission region a highly absorbing film that is rich in carbon. This film is clearly observable using either optical or Electron microscopy and is localized over the emission region.

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