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Physical Properties and Data of Optical Materials

1st Edition

By Moriaki Wakaki, Takehisa Shibuya, Keiei Kudo

CRC Press

576 pages | 288 B/W Illus.

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Research and applications in optical engineering require careful selection of materials. With such a large and varied array to choose from, it is important to understand a material's physical and optical properties before making a selection. Providing a convenient, concise, and logically organized collection of information, Physical Properties and Data of Optical Materials builds a thorough background for more than 100 optical materials and offers quick access to precise information.

Surveying the most important and widely used optical materials, this handy reference includes data on a wide variety of metals, semiconductors, dielectrics, polymers, and other commonly used optical materials. For each material, the editors examine the crystal system; natural and artificial growth and production methods along with corrosives and processing; thermal, electrical, and mechanical properties; optical properties, such as transmittance and reflectance spectra, ranging from UV to IR wavelengths; and, where applicable, applications for spectroscopy and miscellaneous remarks such as handling concerns and chemical properties. Numerous tables illustrate important data such as numerical values of optical constants for important wavelength regions, extinction and absorption coefficients, and refractive index.

Physical Properties and Data of Optical Materials offers a collection of data on an unprecedented variety of fundamental optical materials, making it the one quick-lookup guide that every optical scientist, engineer, and student should own.

Table of Contents

A

Al (Aluminum)

AlSb (Aluminium Antimonide)

ADP (Ammonium Dihydrogen Phosphate)

Sb (Antimony)

Arsenic Selenium Glass

As(33%)+S(30%)+Br(37%) (Arsenic-Sulfur-Bromine Glass)

As2Se3 (Arsenic Tri-Selenide)

As2S3 (Arsenic Tri-Sulfide Glass)

B

Ba (Barium)

BaF2 (Barium Fluoride)

BaTiO3 (Barium Titanate)

Be (Beryllium)

BeO (Beryllium Oxide)

Bi (Bismuth)

B (Boron)

C

Cd (Cadmium)

CdSe (Cadmium Selenide)

CdS (Cadmium Sulfide)

CdTe (Cadmium Telluride)

CaCO3 (Calcite)

CaF2 (Calcium Fluoride)

CaWO4 (Calcium Tungstate)

CsBr (Cesium Bromide)

CsI (Cesium Iodide)

Cr (Chromium)

Cu (Copper)

CuCl (Cuprous Chloride)

D

Diamond

G

Ga (Gallium)

GaSb (Gallium Antimonide)

GaAs (Gallium Arsenide)

GaP (Gallium Phosphide)

Ge (Germanium)

Ge+Se+Te (Germanium-Selenium-Tellurium Glass)

Glass

Au (Gold)

I

In (Indium)

InSb (Indium Antimonide)

InAs (Indium Arsenide

InP (Indium Phosphide)

Ir (Iridium)

Fe (Iron)

L

LaF3 (Lanthanum Fluoride)

PbF2 (Lead Fluoride)

PbSe (Lead Selenide)

PbS (Lead Sulfide)

PbTe (Lead Telluride)

LiF (Lithium Fluoride)

Lucite

M

Mg (Magnesium)

MgF2 (Magnesium Fluoride)

Mg2Ge (Magnesium Germanide)

MgO (Magnesium Oxide)

Mg2Si (Magnesium Silicide)

Mg2Sn (Magnesium Stannide)

Hg (Mercury)

Mo (Molybdenum)

P

Paraffin

Pt (Platinum)

Polyethylene

K (Potassium)

KBr (Potassium Bromide)

KCl (Potassium Chloride)

KDP (Potassium Dihydrogen Phospate)

KI (Potassium Iodide)

KTaO3 (Potassium Tantalate)

Q

SiO2 (Crystal Quartz)

SiO2 (Fused Quartz)

R

Rh (Rhodium)

Al2O3+Cr2O3 (Ruby)

S

Al2O3 (Sapphire)

Se (Selenium)

Si (Silicon)

SiC (Silicon Carbide)

Ag (Silver)

AgCl (Silver Chloride)

Na (Sodium)

NaCl (Sodium Chloride)

NaF (Sodium Fluoride)

NaI (Sodium Iodide)

NaNO3 (Sodium Nitrate)

MgO o 3.5Al2O3 (Spinel)

SrF2 (Strontium Fluoride)

SrMoO4 (Strontium Molybdate)

SrTiO3 (Strontium Titanate)

T

Teflon

Te (Tellurium)

Terrestrial Atmosphere (Air)

Tl (Thallium)

TlBr (Thallium Bromaide)

KRS-6 (Thallium Bromide-Chloride)

KRS-5 (Thallium Bromide-Iodide)

TlCl (Thallium Chloride)

Sn (Tin)

Ti (Titanium)

TiO2 (Titanium Dioxide)

W (Tungsten (Wolfram))

Z

Zn (Zinc)

ZnSe (Zinc Selenide)

ZnS (Zinc Sulfide)

ZnTe (Zinc Telluride)

* Each entry includes the sections: Crystal System; Production; Thermal, Electrical, and Mechanical Properties; Application for Spectroscopy; Remarks; and References

Subject Categories

BISAC Subject Codes/Headings:
TEC019000
TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING / Lasers & Photonics