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I am having trouble finding the definition of the term 'Bulk Absorption Length', a property used for materials in which we will simulate optical processes. Furthermore, I am having even more difficulty determining values for materials I am simulating light transport through.
I realize this is an experimentally determined value, but I could not find any reference with values I am looking for. Specifically I am looking for the values for BC-400, Quartz, CaF2(Eu), and NaI(Tl). I imagine there is slight dependence upon the manufaturer; however, general numbers would do just fine.
Thank you for your help.
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