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Fig. 1
Fig. 1

Glass vessel with sapphire window and evaporated metal film. The light beam is focused twice by mirror 1 onto the metal surface to obtain (1) a good dissociation of the various light beams and (2) for compensating a slight tilting of the sample plane.3 During sample-out position, mirror 2 reflects back the incoming beam. Figure is schematic and not to scale.

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Comparison between measured reflectance values and values obtained by Kramers–Kronig relation. - - - experimental curve drawn through measured Rm values (Δ). — calculated Rv curve compared to values of Bennett (○).6

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θ ( E ) = E π 0 E 0 ( ln R s - ln R s / E 2 - E 2 ) d E .

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