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On the optical constants of metals

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Abstract

Are optical constants of metals constant in the real meaning of the word or are they dependent on the angle of incidence? This paper is an introductory contribution to the solution of this problem.

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Vašíček, A. On the optical constants of metals. Czech J Phys 1, 190–196 (1952). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF01747995

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Keywords

  • Optical Constant
  • Real Meaning