This is the third volume of the very successful set. This updated volume will contain non-linear properties of some of the most useful materials as well as chapters on optical measurement techniques. * Contributors have decided the best values for n and k * References in each critique allow the reader to go back to the original data to examine and understand where the values have come from * Allows the reader to determine if any data in a spectral region needs to be filled in * Gives a wide and detailed view of experimental techniques for measuring the optical constants n and k * Incorporates and describes crystal structure, space-group symmetry, unit-cell dimensions, number of optic and acoustic modes, frequencies of optic modes, the irreducible representation, band gap, plasma frequency, and static dielectric constantMoss and Peacock  measured the transmission of cut and polished ... A diagram in their article shows the results, corrected for surface losses. Findley et al. ... Malitson and Dodge  used a synthetic prism at 20Ad C from 0.28 to 11.9 um .
|Title||:||Handbook of Optical Constants of Solids|
|Author||:||Edward D. Palik|
|Publisher||:||Academic Press - 1998-03-18|