Subject: Is Refractive Index of Liquid Frequency Dependent?
Date: Mon May 3 16:59:13 2004
Posted by Pingrong
Grade level: grad (science)
City: Golden State/Province: CO
Area of science: Physics
In N=n+ik, when the liquid doesn't absorb k=0. But what about n? Is it
wavelength dependent? To me it should be but I am not positive. I was trying to
find the information about an organic solvent Tetrachloraethene yet didn't find
anything useful on Google.
Re: Is Refractive Index of Liquid Frequency Dependent?
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