Michael E. Thomas joined The Johns Hopkins University/Applied
Physics Laboratory, Laurel, MD., in 1979 and has been working on
electromagnetic propagation and optical properties of materials.
Optical materials cover the spectral range from microwaves to the
ultraviolet and therefore directly impact systems utilizing this
portion of the electromagnetic spectrum. The performance of these
systems is often limited by the properties of the optical materials
This SPIE course surveys the linear optical (absorption, elastic
single scattering, emission and refraction), thermal, mechanical,
physical, and chemical properties of concern to optical material
performance. Basic definitions, temperature and frequency
dependence, and the interrelationship of the different properties
are covered. Examples are used wherever possible to illustrate
basic concepts. Also, a set of example problems are presented to
demonstrate optical material performance.
Institute of Electrical & Electronics Engineers(IEEE)
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