Abstract

The optical constants of clean iron single-crystal surfaces maintained in an ultrahigh vacuum were determined. An ellipsometric technique was used to determine values of the optical constants as a function of wavelength in the region of 3600–7000 Å. A maximum at 4900 Å in the conductivity versus wavelength curve indicates the presence of an interband transition.

© 1965 Optical Society of America

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