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  • Vol. 32, Iss. 19 — Jul. 1, 1993
  • pp: 3531–3540

Refractive indices of water and ice in the 0.65- to 2.5-μm spectral range

Linhong Kou, Daniel Labrie, and Petr Chylek  »View Author Affiliations


Applied Optics, Vol. 32, Issue 19, pp. 3531-3540 (1993)
http://dx.doi.org/10.1364/AO.32.003531


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Abstract

New accurate values of the imaginary part, k, of the refractive index of water at T = 22 °C, supercooled water at T = −8 °C and polycrystalline ice at T = −25 °C are reported. The k spectrum for water in the spectral region 0.65–2.5 μm is found to be in excellent agreement with those of previous studies. The k values for polycrystalline ice in the 1.44–2.50-μm region eliminate the large uncertainties existing among previously published conflicting sets of data. The imaginary part of refractive index of supercooled water shows a systematic shift of absorption peaks toward the longer wavelengths compared with that of water at warmer temperatures.

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History
Original Manuscript: August 11, 1992
Published: July 1, 1993

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Linhong Kou, Daniel Labrie, and Petr Chylek, "Refractive indices of water and ice in the 0.65- to 2.5-μm spectral range," Appl. Opt. 32, 3531-3540 (1993)
http://www.opticsinfobase.org/ao/abstract.cfm?URI=ao-32-19-3531


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