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Title: Optical properties of composite materials at high temperature
Authors: H.-P. Chiang;P.T. Leung;W.S. Tse
Contributors: NTOU:Institute of Optoelectronic Sciences
國立臺灣海洋大學:光電科學研究所
Keywords: A. disordered systems;A. thin films;D. electron-electron interactions;D. electron-phonon interactions;D. optical properties
Date: 1997-01
Issue Date: 2011-10-21T02:32:37Z
Publisher: Solid State Communications
Abstract: Abstract:The optical properties of composite materials are studied theoretically as a function of temperature via a phenomenological model for temperatures up to the melting points of the materials. Both the Maxwell-Garnett and Bruggeman models are considered and the temperature variation of the optical constants of the metallic particles is obtained with an account of the dependence of both the electron-phonon and electron-electron scattering on temperature. The results show that the extinction coefficient of the composite generally increases with temperature and that the Maxwell-Garnett and Bruggeman models can give very different results at certain optical frequency. Transmittance through a thin composite film is calculated providing a means for a simple experimental study of the various modeling results.
Relation: 101(1), pp.45-50
URI: http://ntour.ntou.edu.tw/handle/987654321/27652
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