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Personally, I have also found that it can be extremely difficult to establish optical properties for materials. Either there isn't all that much data out there, or I have never figured out the right terms to search with.
The best site I have found, however, is here (link takes you to cellulose, but you can browse their database):
They have relatively detailed optical data on a reasonably wide variety of materials. cellulose acetate isn't there, or I would have linked it. Best I found for that was, oddly, at the site for the museum of fine arts in Boston:
I would also be interested in hearing about any good sources other people have found.
Thanks, Joel Long
On Fri, 13 Jul 2012 03:15:18 GMT, Sam Blake wrote:
> Hello everyone, > > I'm looking into modeling optical transport within thin films of > cellulose acetate, but am having difficulty finding optical property > values in the literature. I was just wondering if anyone may have come > across this kind of information before, or might be able to suggest a > particular resource to try. > > Thanks for the help! Sam >
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