Optical Interactions in Solids Relating to Solid State Detectors and Corrosion Control
GEORGIA INST OF TECH ATLANTA SCHOOL OF PHYSICS
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The optical properties of cadmium arsenide, cadmium phosphide alloys are reported. The infrared characteristics of synchrotron radiation as a possible source for infrared spectroscopy and detector calibration have been studied. The relation of the extreme ultraviolet reflectance to the optical constants generated by a Kramers-Kronig analysis with applications to the cadmium-zinc-arsenide alloy are reported. The results of Auger electron spectroscopy and optical spectroscopy of magnesium-magnesium oxide surfaces are given with possible applications to corrosion studies and optical characterization of surfaces.
- Properties of Metals and Alloys