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The Handbook on optical constants of metals [electronic resource] : in tables and figures / Sadao Adachi.

Author/Creator:
Adachi, Sadao, 1950-
Publication:
Hackensack, NJ : World Scientific Publishing Co Pte Ltd, 2012.
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Subjects:
Metal coating.
Metallizing.
Polymers -- Surfaces.
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Electronic books.
Language:
English
Summary:
This book presents data on the optical constants of metal elements (Na, Au, Mg, Hg, Sc, Al, Ti, ß-Sn, V, Cr, Mn, Fe, La, Th, etc.) semimetal elements (graphite, Sb, etc.), metallic compounds (TiN, VC, TiSi 2 , CoSi 2 , etc.) and high-temperature superconducting materials (YBa 2 Cu 3 O 7-d , MgB 2 , etc.). A complete set of the optical constants are presented in tabular and graphical forms over the entire photon-energy range. They are: the complex dielectric constant e( E )=e 1 ( E )+ie 2 ( E ), the complex refractive index n *( E )= n ( E )+i k ( E ), the absorption coefficient a( E ) and the
Contents:
Preface; CONTENTS; 1 Introduction; 1.1 Electron Configuration in Atoms; 1.2 Crystal Structure; 1.2.1 Metal and Semimetal Elements; (a) Metallic bond; (b) Body-centered cubic structure; (c) Face-centered cubic structure; (d) Hexagonal close-packed structure; (e) Unusual crystal structure of metals and semimetals; 1.2.2 Transition-Metal Carbides and Nitrides; 1.2.3 Metallic Silicides; 1.2.4 High-Tc Superconductors; (a) YBa2Cu3O7-; (b) Bi2Sr2CaCu2O8; (c) MgB2; 1.3 Dielectric Function: Tensor Representation; 1.4 Optical Dispersion Relations; 1.5 Optical Sum Rules; 1.5.1 Inertial Sum Rule
1.5.2 dc-Conductivity Sum Rule1.5.3 f-Sum Rule; 1.6 Model Dielectric Function; 1.6.1 Intraband Transitions; (a) Lorentz-Drude model; (b) Optical constants and electrical conductivity; 1.6.2 Interband Transitions; References; 2 Metal and Semimetal Elements; 2.1 Ia Metals; 2.1.1 Lithium (Li); References; 2.1.2 Sodium (Na); References; 2.1.3 Potassium (K); References; 2.1.4 Rubidium (Rb); References; 2.1.5 Cesium (Cs); References; 2.2 Ib Metals; 2.2.1 Copper (Cu); References; 2.2.2 Silver (Ag); References; 2.2.3 Gold (Au); References; 2.3 IIa Metals; 2.3.1 Beryllium (Be); References
2.3.2 Magnesium (Mg)References; 2.3.3 Calcium (Ca); References; 2.3.4 Strontium (Sr); References; 2.3.5 Barium (Ba); References; 2.4 IIb Metals; 2.4.1 Zinc (Zn); References; 2.4.2 Cadmium (Cd); References; 2.4.3 Mercury (Hg); References; 2.5 IIIa Metals; 2.5.1 Scandium (Sc); References; 2.5.2 Yttrium (Y); References; 2.6 IIIb Metals; 2.6.1 Alminium (Al); Reference; 2.6.2 Gallium (Ga); References; 2.6.3 Indium (In); References; 2.6.4 Thallium (Tl); References; 2.7 IVa Metals; 2.7.1 Titanium (Ti); References; 2.7.2 Zirconium (Zr); References; 2.7.3 Hafnium (Hf); References
2.8 IVb Semimetal and Metal2.8.1 Graphite (C); References; 2.8.2 White Tin (b-Sn); References; 2.9 Va Metals; 2.9.1 Vanadium (V); References; 2.9.2 Niobium (Nb); References; 2.9.3 Tantalum (Ta); References; 2.10 Vb Semimetals; 2.10.1 Antimony (Sb); References; 2.10.2 Bismuth (Bi); References; 2.11 VIa Metals; 2.11.1 Chromium (Cr); References; 2.11.2 Molybdenum (Mo); References; 2.11.3 Tungsten (W); References; 2.12 VIIa Metals; 2.12.1 Manganese (Mn); References; 2.12.2 Rhenium (Re); References; 2.13 VIII Metals; 2.13.1 Iron (Fe); References; 2.13.2 Cobalt (Co); References; 2.13.3 Nickel (Ni)
References2.13.4 Ruthenium (Ru); References; 2.13.5 Rhodium (Rh); References; 2.13.6 Palladium (Pd); References; 2.13.7 Osmium (Os); References; 2.13.8 Iridium (Ir); References; 2.13.9 Platinum (Pt); References; 2.14 Lanthanoids; 2.14.1 Lanthanum (La); References; 2.14.2 Cerium (Ce); References; 2.14.3 Praseodymium (Pr); References; 2.14.4 Neodymium (Nd); References; 2.14.5 Samarium (Sm); References; 2.14.6 Europium (Eu); References; 2.14.7 Gadolinium (Gd); References; 2.14.8 Terbium (Tb); References; 2.14.9 Dysprosium (Dy); References; 2.14.10 Holmium (Ho); References; 2.14.11 Erbium (Er)
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Description based upon print version of record.
Includes bibliographical references.
ISBN:
1-62198-659-4
981-4405-95-7