Abstract

Starting from an analysis of the laws governing the formation of envelopes as the values of the energy coefficients at the extrema (R,T)max,min of the interference fringes of light on a single-layer structure when a wave is transmitted normally through the interfaces, a basis is provided for applications of practical importance of Fabry-Perot spectroscopy in the reflection and transmission geometry for determining the parameters of transparent and absorbing films that are free or attached to the surface of a semifinite substrate.

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