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The evaluation of refractive index from interference fringe transmission spectra

Solomon Zwerdling

The evaluation of refractive index from interference fringe transmission spectra

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Published by Douglas Advanced Research Laboratories in Huntington Beach, Calif .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Refractive index.,
  • Dielectrics -- Optical properties.,
  • Semiconductors -- Optical properties.,
  • Interference (Light)

  • Edition Notes

    Statement[by] Solomon Zwerdling.
    SeriesDouglas Advanced Research Laboratories. Research communication,
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQC387 .Z84
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiii, 11 p.
    Number of Pages11
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5342592M
    LC Control Number72196628

    RAY THEORY OF. TRANSMISSION: Acceptance Angle Acceptance Angle, Acceptance Cone. Submitted by: Akhil Arora M.E. [E.C.E.] Modular IInd Spell Roll No. NATURE OF LIGHT Concept Light can be explained as Rays: using Optical Geometry Waves: using Electromagnetic Theory Photons: using Photoelectric Effect. We will need Optical Geometry to explain light propagation 5/5(1). Department of Physics, Wabash College, Crawfordsville, IN (Dated: July 7, ) Abstract We present an update of the \refractive index of air" experiment commonly used in optics and undergraduate advanced labs. The refractive index of air is based on the average molecular polarizability, which we measured from the period of the phase. This book devotes chapter 5 to interferometric refractive index compensation methods and we point the reader to the following reference. 3. The effective refractive index n (t) has negligible chromatic dispersion across the tuning range of our light source and is hence not a function of wavelength. sion spectra. FIG. 1. Measured transmission spectra of a woodpile structure with a = m for normal incidence, p polarization dotted line, and for oblique incidence =60° ;ins solid black line and p polarization solid gray line, respectively. All spectra are normalized to transmission of the bare substrate see discussion in the main text Cited by:

    n 0 is the refractive index of the medium where detection takes place (normally air), n the refractive index of the sample, T (K) the temperature, r (kg m ­3) the density, and C P (J kg ­1 K ­1) the specific heat. The lens is formed because the optically heated sample has .


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The evaluation of refractive index from interference fringe transmission spectra by Solomon Zwerdling Download PDF EPUB FB2

Optical transmission spectroscopy is often used.6 In general, the measured characteristics by these methods are hard to analyze accurately without removal of the interference fringes caused by multireflection interference of thin films.

These interference fringes significantly distort the optical spectra at lower avalues. No we have deposited ZnO films and got ES data from where we calculate the refractive index, we would like to discuss transmission of the same ZnO film without taking transmission spectra.

The title of the paper is: Optical interference method for the approximate determination of refractive index and thickness of a transparent layer Cite 15th Dec, Simple equations are given for determining both refractive index and film thickness from a measurement of interference fringe separation where the question of phase change and the order of the fringes can be disregarded.

The equations are quite general, since they apply to fringe maxima or minima for either transmission or reflection and can be used for free-standing films or films on. Figure 3. The refractive index spectra obtained by dispersion analysis of the RA and T spectra for PS thin film deposited on copper The absorption index k has a spectrum very similar to the absorption spectrum.

The absorption index spectra of PS thin film deposited on copper k=f(ν) are shown in Figure Size: KB. refractive index at the layer interfaces. The transmission properties of light are predicted by wave theory.

One outcome of the wave properties of light is that waves exhibit interference effects. Light waves that are in phase with each other undergo constructive interference, and their amplitudes are additive. Well-known model and relevant parameters are shown in the inset of Fig.

d is the film thickness, n is the refractive index, ϕ v is the incidence angle and ϕ n is the angle of refraction. The absorption is described by A = exp(− αd / cos(ϕ n)), where α is the absorption coefficient. Boundary media have refractive indices v and s, respectively.

Fresnel coefficients for transmission Cited by: by monitoring the variation of refractive index [6, 11, 12]. Thus, enhanced transmission has potential application in many different areas such as bio- and chemical sensing [13], integrated nano- and micro-photonic, nano-photonics device (laser and waveguides) [14], microscopy and display technology, plasmonic photolithography [15, 16], and fluo-Cited by: Transmission of light is when light travels.

Reflection is when light bounces off of an object. Refraction is when light bends due to a lens effect. Absorption is when the light is not reflected. Interference is a quantum effect, that usually prod.

A simplified theoretical model has been proposed to predict optical parameters such as thickness, thickness irregularity, refractive index, and extinction coefficient from transmission spectra. The proposed formula has been solved for thickness and thickness irregularity in the transparent region, and then the refractive index is calculated for the entire spectral region by use of the.

The implementation of analytical procedures of Swanepoel transmission envelope method requires numerous and well-resolved interference-fringe maxima and minima.

The transmission spectra of air-supported {thin film/thick transparent substrate}-stacks can be analyzed by assuming a constant substrate’s index of refraction n s (λ) or using a Cited by: 5.

Refractive index (n) and extinction coefficient (k) spectra of the films are shown in Fig. Annealed films have shown a similar behavior in refractive index spectra. MgO films with low refractive index have been obtained after annealing.

This is an important improvement for technological by: Start studying Reflection, Refraction, Absorption, and Transmission. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. We report manufacturing and characterization of low cost ZnO thin films grown on glass substrates by sol-gel spin coating method.

For structural properties, X-ray diffraction measurements have been utilized for evaluating the dominant orientation of the thin films. For optical properties, reflectance and transmittance spectrophotometric measurements have been done in the spectral range from Cited by: absorption spectra and are similar to the transmission spectra.

The dispersion analysis of reflection-absorption spectra is more reliable and easier than the Kramers-Kronig analysis. RefFIT program determines both the refractive index and thickness of the surface film. File Size: KB. Errors in film refractive-index determinations from interference fringes.

Moore WJ. An analysis of interference fringes (channel spectra) in transmission or reflection spectroscopy of optical films can provide an accurate method for determining the refractive index or thickness of the by: 5.

Physics Stack Exchange is a question and answer site for active researchers, academics and students of physics. Dielectric constants from refractive index and absorption spectra. Ask Question Asked 2 years, 2 months ago.

Glycerol: refractive index & absorption spectra in um range. The optical properties of CdZnTe crystals grown by vertical Bridgman method were investigated in detail by infrared (IR) transmission spectra and photoluminescence (PL) spectra. IR transmission measurements showed that according to the trends of the IR transmission with the wavenumbers, IR transmission spectra could be classified into four types, i.e.

descending, ascending, low straight and Cited by: 1. The company builds its own spectral reflectivity and interferometry systems to meet its exacting standards for both optical performance and cost efficiency. These systems currently are not sold in the US, but there are numerous commercially manufactured inspection systems that are available to lens manufacturers.

1 Optical properties of silicon rich silicon nitride (SixNyHz) from first principles. Shu Xia Taoa,b*, Anne M.M.G. Theulingsa,b, Violeta Prodanovića,b, John Smedleyc, Harry van der Graafa,b a National Institute for Subatomic Physics, Nikhef Science ParkXG Amsterdam, The Netherlands b Delft University of Technology TNW, Mekel JB Delft, The NetherlandsAuthor: Shu Xia Tao, Anne M.

Theulings, Violeta Prodanović, John Smedley, Harry van der Graaf. Speaker: Sruti Menon Topic: Extraction of complex refractive index of thin films from transmission spectra measurement Abstract: With increased interest in silicon photonics, novel techniques are required to extend group IV photonics from near IR to mid IR wavelengths.

Since the index of the asymmetric filter is dominated by the high index material, the shift on angle is considerably less.” Because the shift is inversely proportional to the effective average refractive index, the higher this is, the better, because the shift with angle will be smaller (but it does not disappear).

case measuring the refractive index of semiconductor wafers. The most recent technique uses Fabry-Perot interferometry exclusively, and it employs two lasers of different wavelength to decouple the refractive index and the thickness of the wafer [1].

An advantage of using Fabry-Perot interferometry exclusively is that it is not as affected by. Determination of refractive index and film thickness from interference fringes.

Harrick NJ. Simple equations are given for determining both refractive index and film thickness from a measurement of interference fringe separation where the question of Cited by: Therefore, only every other interference fringe is sensitive to variations of refractive index, which allows one to extract both parameters at the same time.

Nevertheless, measurement of refractive index is not commonly practiced and only a few systematic measurements of refractive index have been published in. Dealing with the basics of interferometry, this book discusses the types of lasers and photodetectors used in interferometry.

Polarization Effects -- White-Light Fringes -- Channeled Spectra -- Multiple-Beam Interference -- Multiple-Beam Fringes by Transmission -- Multiple-Beam studies of refractive index fields, interference microscopy. Interferometry of Refractive Index Fields 93 The Mach–Zehnder Interferometer 93 Interference Microscopy 95 Multiple-Beam Interferometry 96 Two-Beam Interference Microscopes 96 The Nomarski Interferometer 99 Summary Problems Further Reading 12 White-Light Interference Microscopy Dealing with the basics of interferometry, this book discusses the types of lasers and photodetectors used in interferometry.

It also describes key applications of interferometry: measurements of length, optical testing, holographic and speckle interferometry, interferometric sensors, interference spectroscopy, and Fourier-transform spectroscopy.

Digital holographic interferometry has been developed by ONERA for analysing high refractive index variations encountered in fluid mechanics.

First, the authors present the analysis of a small supersonic jet using three different optical techniques based on digital Michelson holography, digital holography using Wollaston prisms and digital holography without reference by: 1.

The correlation between the spectra of phase and reflection of free and fixed Fabry-Perot interferometers is theoretically studied. It is shown that, under certain conditions, the phase of the reflected wave can be determined directly from the reflection by: 1.

Evaluation of laser ablation crater relief by white light micro interferometer. Igor Gurov, Mikhail Volkov, Ekaterina Zhukova, Nikita Ivanov, Nikita Margaryants, Andrey Potemkin, Andrey Samokhvalov, Svetlana Shelygina.

Proc. SPIE.Optical Measurement Systems for Industrial Inspection X. The typical UV-VIS –NIR optical reflectance spectra of ZnO thin films for the different samples are shown in figure - 4.

It is evident that the reflectance for all the fabricated film are low. This low reflectance value makes ZnO thin film an important material for anti-reflection coating. Figure - 5. The paper presents the results obtained in simulation of fiber Bragg grating (FBG) and long-period grating (LPG) sensors and their applications.

The optical properties of FBG and LPG are firstly analyzed and, consequently, the basics of simulation models are provided. Coupled-mode theory and the transfer matrix methods are the two techniques used for the simulation of FBG and : Dan Savastru, Sorin Miclos, Marina Tautan, Ion Lancranjan.

The refractive index (RI) is a key parameter for characterizing of an analyte, and has been widely applied in biomolecule detection for clinical diagnosis, pharmaceutical and drug analysis, pollution control and monitoring [1,2,3].In recent years, various kinds of fiber-optic sensors have been studied intensely in biomedical measurement and environmental protection, due to their distinct Cited by: beams, the interference pattern will have any degree of brightness.

When the phase di erence locally changes over the cross section of a beam, the interference pattern is structured and interference fringes can be observed (stripes, rings, and other curves).

The smallest number of beams to achieve interference is two. The Michelson. SPECTRALLY RESOLVED WHITE LIGHT INTERFEROMETRY FOR SIMULTANEOUS MEASUREMENT OF THE REFRACTIVE INDEX AND THICKNESS. Introduction Study of the interference effects in the space-frequency domain is substantially different from the study in the space-time domain though the basic equations are similar in their form.

Recently, there is been an. In this review paper some recent advances on optical fiber sensors are reported. In particular, fiber Bragg grating (FBG), long period gratings (LPGs), evanescent field and hollow core optical fiber sensors are mentioned.

Examples of recent optical fiber sensors for the measurement of strain, temperature, displacement, air flow, pressure, liquid-level, magnetic field, and the determination of Cited by:   Proc.

SPIEOptical Diagnostic Methods for Inorganic Materials II, pg 12 (11 October ); doi: / Theory of the transmission properties of an optical far-field superlens for imaging beyond the diffraction limit Stéphane Durant, Zhaowei Liu, Jennifer M. Steele,* and Xiang Zhang Etcheverry Hall, National Science Foundation Nano-scale Science and Engineering Center University of.

External reflection spectra may look different from transmission spectra in many ways, e.g. bands may be shifted to higher wavenumbers, spectra may follow the dispersion in the refractive index, and spectral contrast may not depend linearly on sample thickness.

The need for interferometry knowledge has crossed the boundaries of engineering fields and Dr. Hariharan has written a book that answers the questions that new practitioners to interferometry have and haven't even thought of yet.

This new edition includes complete updates of all material with an emphasis on applications.1. To determine the refractive index of the material of the prism by finding angle of prism and angle of minimum deviation using a spectrometer. 2. To determine wavelengths of a composite light using a diffraction grating and a spectrometer by normal incidence method (By assuming N).

3. To determine the radius of curvature of the given convex lens.A large refractive index ratio results in a broad reflection band while a narrow reflection band can be produced using materials with a low refractive index ratio.

To visualize the effect of different refractive index ratios figure 3b compares the reflectivity spectra of quarterwave stacks consisting of 15 pairs of Ta 2 O 5 /SiO 2 and TiO 2.