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Optical properties of inhomogeneous materials

applications to geology, astronomy, chemistry, and engineering

by Walter G. Egan

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Published by Academic Press in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Inhomogeneous materials -- Optical properties.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementWalter G. Egan and Theodore W. Hilgeman.
    ContributionsHilgeman, Theodore W., joint author.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQC173.4.I53 E34
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 235 p. :
    Number of Pages235
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL4731593M
    ISBN 100122326504
    LC Control Number78020043

    Optical Properties of Inhomogeneous Materials: Applications to Geology, Astronomy, Chemistry, and Engineering reviews the results of studies of the optical properties of inhomogeneous materials and provides a guide for solving a number of related This book describes and discusses the properties of heterogeneous materials. The properties considered include the conductivity (thermal, electrical, magnetic), elastic moduli, dielectrical constant, optical properties, mechanical fracture, and electrical and dielectrical breakdown properties. Both linear and nonlinear properties are  › Mathematics › Applications.

    This book is designed to teach fundamental optical properties of such advanced materials effectively. These materials have their own peculiarities which are very interesting in modern optical physics and also for applications because the concepts of optical properties are quite different from those in conventional optical  › Materials › Optical & Electronic Materials. Transmitting sheet materials that are inhomogeneous, textured, patterned, or corrugated require special considerations with respect to the applicability of this test method. Test Method E may be more appropriate to determine the bulk optical properties of textured or inhomogeneous ://

      the materials that we will be studying, and clarify in general terms how the solid state is different from the gas and liquid phase. This is the subject of the present chapter. Classification of optical processes The wide-ranging optical properties observed in solid state materials can be classified into a small number of general :// Properties of materials depend on several fundamental constants that are listed in Table These constants are defined as l Properties: Introduction Refracti␷ e Index. Important optical properties, definitions, formulas, and basic concepts are derived from a classical description of propagation based on the macroscopic /optical-physical-properties-of-materialsbook.


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