Abstract

Two algorithms can be used to determine the surface index, and, where two solutions exist, these solutions can at times differ.

© 1981 Optical Society of America

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  2. G. P. Pells and M. Shiga, “The optical properties of copper and gold as a function of temperature,” J. Phys. C 2, 1835–1846 (1969).
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1979 (1)

1969 (1)

G. P. Pells and M. Shiga, “The optical properties of copper and gold as a function of temperature,” J. Phys. C 2, 1835–1846 (1969).
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Casset, J.

Pells, G. P.

G. P. Pells and M. Shiga, “The optical properties of copper and gold as a function of temperature,” J. Phys. C 2, 1835–1846 (1969).
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Shiga, M.

G. P. Pells and M. Shiga, “The optical properties of copper and gold as a function of temperature,” J. Phys. C 2, 1835–1846 (1969).
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J. Opt. Soc. Am. (1)

J. Phys. C (1)

G. P. Pells and M. Shiga, “The optical properties of copper and gold as a function of temperature,” J. Phys. C 2, 1835–1846 (1969).
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Fig. 1

Optical constants of gold self-supporting films. Volume, solid line with solid circles; surface, open circles; bulk, solid line.2

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Fig. 2

Dielectric function of gold self-supporting films. Volume, solid line with solid circles; surface, open circles; bulk, solid line.2