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Tl3AsSe3 (Thallium arsenic selenide, TAS) Rev. PbF2 (Lead difluoride) Xe (Xenon) MoS2 (Molybdenum disulfide) Aspnes and Studna 1983: n,k 0.21-0.83 µm

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These results are compared with previous measurements. Abstract Measurements of the index of refraction of a sample of high-quality, single-crystal germanium using the minimum deviation refractometry method are presented for temperatures near 22 deg C and for wavelengths in the range 2 micron to 14 micron. NaF (Sodium fluoride) A .gov website belongs to an official government organization in the United States.

Hg (Mercury) 2018: 2 nm film; n,k 0.2-2 µm KTiOPO4 (Potassium titanyl phosphate, KTP) Ge (Germanium)

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Bi4Ge3O12 (Bismuth germanate, BGO)

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ThF4 (Thorium tetrafluoride) You may subscribe either as an OSA member, or as an authorized user of your institution. OTHER - miscellaneous materials Li 1980: n 1.9-18 µm; 150 K Al2O3 (Aluminium sesquioxide, Sapphire, Alumina) A lock ( LockA locked padlock Article tables are available to subscribers only. AgBr (Silver bromide)

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Keywords: Refractive index, silicon, germanium, cryogenic, infrared, refractometer, thermo-optic coefficient, CHARMS 1.

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WSe2 (Tungsten diselenide) MoTe2 (Molybdenum ditelluride) ZnTe (Zinc telluride) The new designed sensor is based on the effect of the temperature dependence of the refractive index of semiconductor. Te (Tellurium) TiO2 (Titanium dioxide) NaBr (Sodium bromide)

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CaMg(CO3)2 (Calcium magnesium carbonate, Dolomite) Dy2O3 (Dysprosium sesquioxide)

TlBr (Thallium bromide) TiN (Titanium nitride) ... First results are presented for germanium for the wavelength range from 2 micrometers to 14 micrometers, with standard uncertainties ranging from 2 x 10^-5 near 2 micrometers to 8 x 10-5 near 14 micrometers.

Re (Rhenium) BaB2O4 (Barium borate, BBO) RbI (Rubidium iodide)

CaCO3 (Calcium carbonate, Calcite) NaF (Sodium fluoride) Aspnes and Studna 1983: n,k 0.21-0.83 µm SF6 (Sulphur hexafluoride)

2018: 2 nm film; n,k 0.2-2 µm PbF2 (Lead difluoride) Ir (Iridium) CaCO3 (Calcium carbonate, Calcite) Bi12SiO20 (Bismuth silicate, BSO) MoO3 (Molybdenum trioxide) Bi4Ti3O12 (Bismuth titanate, BTO) V (Vanadium) [Full database record], RefractiveIndex.INFO website: © 2008-2020 Mikhail Polyanskiy, refractiveindex.info database: public domain via CC0 1.0, NO GUARANTEE OF ACCURACY - Use on your own risk, Germanium - Infrared Multilayer Laboratory, University of Reading. Ni (Nickel) CO2 (Carbon dioxide) Appl. CsCl (Cesium chloride) NaCl (Sodium chloride) Li (Lithium) Opt.

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RbTiOPO4 (Rubidium titanyl phosphate, RTP) 17(4) 526-530 (1978), Josef Humlíček, Arnulf Röseler, Thomas Zettler, Maria G. Kekoua, and Elza V. Khoutsishvili ZnS (Zinc sulfide) PbTiO3 (Lead titanate) Eu (Europium) CO2 (Carbon dioxide) LiCaAlF6 (Lithium calcium aluminum fluoride, LiCAF)

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Figure files are available to subscribers only. Please try again or contact us if you feel this is in error. Ar (Argon) Al2O3 (Aluminium sesquioxide, Sapphire, Alumina) Li 1980: n 1.9-18 µm; 500 K The diamond structure is considered as two interpenetrating face-centred-cubic lattices, in which one lattice is displaced from the other by one quarter of the main body diagonal. Cu2O (Copper(I) oxide) 1976: n 2.5-12 µm; 293 K Ag (Silver) Asterisk ( * ) -- Example: "elect*" retrieves documents containing "electron," "electronic," and "electricity", Question mark (?)

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Ciesielski et al. Li 1980: n 1.9-18 µm; 250 K Chem. GaN (Gallium nitride) GLASS - glasses In (Indium) InP (Indium phosphide)

Kr (Krypton) Germanium is a high index material that is used to manufacture Attenuated Total Reflection (ATR) prisms for spectroscopy.