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Re: Question Real and Imaginary Parts of the index of Refraction.
Re: Feedback Re: Real and Imaginary Parts of the index of Refraction. (Gumplinger Peter)
Date: 20 Mar, 2009
From: Daniel Bonifacio <Daniel Bonifacio>

Hi,

I have another question about this subject. Should I use only the "glisur" model or it is possible to use also the "unified" model to simulate the reflectivity of a metal surface by way of a complex index of refraction?

Best regards, Daniel

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1 Warning: Re: Real and Imaginary Parts of the index of Refraction.   (Gumplinger Peter - 20 Mar, 2009)
(_ Ok: Re: Real and Imaginary Parts of the index of Refraction.   (jdswado@gatech.edu - 22 Mar, 2009)
(_ Question: Re: Real and Imaginary Parts of the index of Refraction.   (Daniel Bonifacio - 23 Mar, 2009)
(_ Warning: Re: Real and Imaginary Parts of the index of Refraction.   (Gumplinger Peter - 23 Mar, 2009)
1 Ok: Re: Real and Imaginary Parts of the index of Refraction.   (Daniel Bonifacio - 25 Mar, 2009)
2 Question: Re: Real and Imaginary Parts of the index of Refraction.   (jdswado@gatech.edu - 07 Aug, 2009)
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