LIQUIDS JETP 26, 881-887 (1968) Data Shelf GLASS - glasses The refractive index of a transparent material is a fundamental of that material and can be used to identify the material. JETP 26, 881-887 (1968), [CSV - comma separated] Copper (Cu) Lead (Pb) Cet article dresse une liste d'indices de réfraction pour de nombreux matériaux représentatifs selon leur catégorie (état, usage fréquent dans un domaine, etc.)   Copper (Cu) Platinum (Pt) 37, 5271-5283 (1998)[Calculation script (Python)], [CSV - comma separated] Fit of experimental data from several sources to Brendel-Bormann (BB) model. A. D. Rakić, A. Previous Slide ︎ Next Slide ︎. Gold (Au) Optical properties of lead in the visible and infrared spectral ranges, Sov. Wavelength: µm ORGANIC - organic materials optics reflection refraction complex-numbers. CRYSTALS B. DjuriÅ¡ic, J. M. Elazar, and M. L. Majewski. [Full database record], RefractiveIndex.INFO website: © 2008-2020 Mikhail Polyanskiy, refractiveindex.info database: public domain via CC0 1.0, NO GUARANTEE OF ACCURACY - Use on your own risk. OTHER - miscellaneous materials MISCELLANEOUS, Page The table below contains links to refractive index data for common materials. Page Optical constants of METALS Aluminium (Al) Wavelength: µm (6.1992e-02 – 2.4797e+02) Complex refractive index (n+ik) = = n k LogX LogY eV Derived optical constants = ... Metals External links. Iron (Fe) MISCELLANEOUS, Page Notes on the Refractive Index of particular elements: Carbon: ... Click here to buy a book, photographic periodic table poster, card deck, or 3D print based on the images you see here! METALS Tabulated Values of Refractive Index NOT REQUIRED FOR STUDENTS OF GEOLOGY 306. Refractive index database [about] Shelf ... Optical constants of transition metals: Ti, V, Cr, Mn, Fe, Co, Ni, and Pd, Phys. Notes on the Refractive Index of particular elements: Carbon: Value given for diamond form. PLASTICS A. I. Golovashkin and G. P. Motulevich. Metals • Plastics • Rubbers • Polymers • Ceramics • Composites • Coatings. Titanium (Ti), A. I. Golovashkin and G. P. Motulevich. The following gures plot the frequency dependent complex permittivity = 0+ i00and refractive index n= n0+ in00for silver, aluminum, gold, copper, chromium, nickel, tungsten, titanium, beryl- lium, palladium, and platinum using either the Drude (Equation 3), Lorentz-Drude (Equation 4), or Brendel-Bormann (Equation 5 models in the range 200nm to 2000nm. Shelf Titanium (Ti), Fit of experimental data from several sources to Brendel-Bormann (BB) model, A. D. Rakić, A. [TXT - tab separated] LIQUIDS   Phys. Refractive index is the measurement of that angle: the ratio of the velocity of light in the air to the velocity of light in a medium through which it passes. Brass (Cu-Zn alloy) [TXT - tab separated] share | cite | improve this question | follow | edited Mar 31 '15 at 17:44. MAIN - simple inorganic materials Mineral Name.....RI...Deviation or DR Assembled stone.....any asked Mar 31 '15 at 17:36. Conditions & Spec sheet temperature: 293 K Comments. Aluminium (Al) N/A. References. Optical properties of lead in the visible and infrared spectral ranges, Sov. B 9, 5056-5070 (1974) Data [CSV - comma separated] [TXT - tab separated] [Full database record] Optical transmission calculator. Mercury (Hg) REFRACTIVE INDEX. Refractive index database [about] Shelf. PLASTICS et étudiés dans la littérature scientifique.Les matériaux sont caractérisés par leur indice de réfraction, mais cette propriété dépend fortement de la longueur d'onde de la lumière.   Silver (Ag) Phys. 3D - selected data for 3D artists, Book Platinum. Tabulated Values of Refractive Index NOT REQUIRED FOR STUDENTS OF GEOLOGY 306. Mercury (Hg) ORGANIC - organic materials Qmechanic ♦ 138k 18 18 gold badges 314 314 silver badges 1644 1644 bronze badges. Complex Permittivity and Refractive Index for Metals Aaron Webster Last Update: November 9, 2012 The following gures plot the frequency dependent complex permittivity = 0+ i 00and refractive index n= n0+ in00for silver, aluminum, gold, copper, chromium, nickel, tungsten, titanium, beryl- lium, palladium, and platinum using either the Drude (Equation 3), Lorentz-Drude (Equation 4), or Platinum (Pt) Rev. Mineral Name.....RI...Deviation or DR Assembled stone.....any Each material in the database has refractive index listed as a function of wavelength over a range typically required for thin-film thickness measurement.