Edward D. Palik's Handbook of Optical Constants of Solids PDF

By Edward D. Palik

This guide offers a unmarried set of n and okay values over the broadest spectral diversity (ideally from x-ray to mm-wave region). The critiquers have selected the numbers according to their very own wide adventure within the learn of optical houses. even if you wish one quantity at one wavelength or many numbers at many wavelengths, what's on hand within the literature is condensed down right into a unmarried set of numbers. lately up to date to integrated 412 Digitized Graphs.

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That is, the refractive index averaged over all frequencies must be unity. Moreover, it may be shown that this restriction arises in part from the inertial property of matter. Related rules-with a similar physical interpretationhave been shown to apply to the complex dielectric function and its inverse. Formally rules such as these are a consequence [4] of the asymptotic behavior of the optical functions and the Kramers-Kronig dispersion relations [16-181. They are the optical analog of the superconvergence relations [19-21] of high-energy physics.

The 3. Analysis of Optical Data 49 refractive index of the host is denoted by n,(o) = E;’~(o) (the change in index induced by the defect is negligible), and Ak(w)is the absorption induced by the defect. Finite Oscillator Strength Sums and n,,,(o) In analogy with the f sum rule it has become common practice to define the effective number density of electrons contributing to the optical properties up to an energy w by the partial f sums [14,45] -~ m u w‘ Im[e-’(o’)] dw’. 2n2e2 0 j” Here the subscripts E, k, and E-’ are used to distinguish the partial f sums involving e2(w),k(w),and Im[C ‘(w)], respectively.

Details are given in de Alfaro et al. [49] and Frey et al. ) 3. Analysis of Optical Data 41 pulse is just the Fourier transform of the electric susceptibility [ ~ ( o - )1]/4n. That is, at the origin for conductors and by using Taking account of the pole in &(a) the fact that ~ ~ (is 0 an)even function of w while ~ ~ ( is odd 0 )leads to + jOm Im E ( W ) sin(oz) do I + 2n2a(0) . The sum rules then follow [7] by using elementary arguments to determine P,(r) at small z. For example, inertia requires that the response cannot be instantaneous; P,(t) for z 2 0 must join onto Pg(z)for z < 0 without a discontinuity.

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