Abstract

A method which uses the maximum value of (RsRP)/(Rs + RP) and the angle of incidence ϕB at that maximum measured by a rotating polarizer is developed for the determination of optical constants of absorbing solids. This method was used for the measurement of the optical constants of germanium in the spectral region 1.8–2.7 eV and of silicon in 2.0–3.7 eV at room temperature.

© 1969 Optical Society of America

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