x-rays, soft x-rays, extreme ultraviolet (EUV), ellipsometry and polarimetry, optical properties, metals, harmonic generation and mixing
We use laser high-order harmonics and a polarization-ratioreflectance technique to determine the optical constants of copper and oxidized copper in the wavelength range 10-35 nm. This measurement resolves previously conflicting data sets, where disagreement on optical constants of copper in the extreme ultraviolet most likely arises from inadvertent oxidation of samples before measurement.
Original Publication Citation
Nicole Brimhall, Nicholas Herrick, David D. Allred, R. Steven Turley, Michael Ware, and Justin Peatross, "Measured Optical Constants of Copper from 1 nm to 35 nm," Optics Express, Vol. 17 Issue 26, pp.23873-23879 (29).
BYU ScholarsArchive Citation
Allred, David D.; Brimhall, Nicole; Herrick, Nicholas; Peatross, Justin; Turley, R. Steven; and Ware, Michael, "Measured Optical Constants of Copper from 10 nm to 35 nm" (2009). Faculty Publications. 874.
Optical Society of America
Physical and Mathematical Sciences
Physics and Astronomy
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