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Written by a world-renowned authority of optical coatings, "Thin-Film Optical Filters, Fourth Edition" presents an introduction to thin-film optical filters for both manufacturers and users. The preeminent author covers an assortment of design, manufacture, performance, and application topics. He also includes enough of the basic mathematics of optical thin films to enable readers to carry out thin-film calculations. This new edition of a bestseller retains most of the descriptions of older design techniques because of their importance in understanding how designs work. However, this edition includes a substantial amount of new material as well. A new chapter on color takes into account the increasing importance of color in optical coatings. In addition, a new section discusses the effects of gain in optical coatings. This comprehensive yet accessible book continues to offer valuable insight into the principles, techniques, and processes of successful coating design. It provides the sound foundation required to make further advances in the field. The book by Angus Macleod is the fourth edition of the famous textbook written by a world-renowned authority in the field of optical coating. This new edition retains most of the descriptions of older design techniques but also includes a substantial amount of new material. ... The book is an excellent treatise of thin film coatings, explaining how to produce all sorts of different filters selected according to the function they are required to play. ... The book is an indispensable text for every filter manufacturer and user and is an excellent guide for students. -Mario Bertolotti, Contemporary Physics, April 2012 Praise for the Third Edition: ... essential reading for all those involved in the design, manufacture, and application of optical coatings. ... a valuable addition to many bookshelves. -Materials World, September 2001 ... continues to be a very practical guide. -ASLIB Book Guide The third edition is no less rich and includes expanded references and information on many advances in design and technology since the second edition was published in 1986 ... a must-have addition to the library of any optical thin-film theorist or practitioner. It provides extensive methods to use in achieving desired optical performance for a broad range of coating types and extensive references for one to use in delving deeper into these topics. -Dale E. Morton, Denton Vacuum, LLC, SVC News It is obvious from the details of his career that Angus knows more about optical coatings, both in terms of design and of fabrication, than most of us put together. It is therefore quite expected that I feel free to state that, in my opinion, this book is a necessity, rather on par with having the use of a coating facility, a good coating program, and a fast computer, for anybody in the field of thin-film optical coatings and filters. Therefore, if you are new in this field, your first priority should be to make sure that you have the undivided use of a copy of this book. ... All in all, the book is a good statement of the state of the art of thin-film deposition theory and practice at the turn of the millennium. -Roger M. Wood, ElsevierIntroduction Early History Thin-Film Filters Basic Theory Maxwell's Equations and Plane Electromagnetic Waves The Simple Boundary The Reflectance of a Thin Film The Reflectance of an Assembly of Thin Films Reflectance, Transmittance, and Absorptance Units Summary of Important Results Potential Transmittance A Theorem on the Transmittance of a Thin-Film Assembly Coherence Incoherent Reflection at Two or More Surfaces Theoretical Techniques Quarter- and Half-Wave Optical Thicknesses Admittance Loci Electric Field and Losses in the Admittance Diagram The Vector Method The Herpin Index Alternative Method of Calculation Smith's Method of Multilayer Design The Smith Chart Reflection Circle Diagrams Antireflection Coatings Antireflection Coatings on High-Index Substrates Antireflection Coatings on Low-Index Substrates Equivalent Layers Antireflection Coatings for Two Zeros Antireflection Coatings for the Visible and the Infrared Inhomogeneous Layers Further Information Neutral Mirrors and Beam Splitters High-Reflectance Mirror Coatings Neutral Beam Splitters Neutral-Density Filters Multilayer High-Reflectance Coatings The Fabry-Perot Interferometer Multilayer Dielectric Coatings Losses Edge Filters Thin-Film Absorption Filters Interference Edge Filters Band-Pass Filters Broadband-Pass Filters Narrowband Filters Multiple Cavity Filters Higher Performance in Multiple-Cavity Filters Phase Dispersion Filter Multiple Cavity Metal-Dielectric Filters Measured Filter Performance Tilted Coatings Modified Admittances and the Tilted Admittance Diagram Application of the Admittance Diagram Polarizers Nonpolarizing Coatings Antireflection Coatings Retarders Optical Tunnel Filters Color in Optical Coatings Color Definition The 1964 Supplementary Colorimetric Observer Metamerism Other Color Spaces Hue and Chroma Brightness and Optimal Stimuli Colored Fringes Production Methods and Thin-Film Materials The Production of Thin Films Measurement of the Optical Properties Measurement of the Mechanical Properties Toxicity Summary of Some Properties of Common Materials Factors Affecting Layer and Coating Properties Microstructure and Thin-Film Behavior Sensitivity to Contamination Layer Uniformity and Thickness Monitoring Uniformity Substrate Preparation Thickness Monitoring and Control Tolerances Specification of Filters and Environmental Effects Optical Properties Physical Properties System Considerations: Applications of Filters and Coatings Potential Energy Grasp of Interference Filters Narrowband Filters in Astronomy Atmospheric Temperature Sounding Order Sorting Filters for Grating Spectrometers Glare Suppression Filters and Coatings Some Coatings Involving Metal Layers Other Topics Rugate Filters Ultrafast Coatings Automatic Methods Gain in Optical Coatings Photonic Crystals Characteristics of Thin-Film Dielectric Materials Bibliography Index References appear at the end of each chapter.


Szczegóły: Thin Film Optivcal Filters - H. A. MacLeod, A Macleod

Tytuł: Thin Film Optivcal Filters
Autor: H. A. MacLeod, A Macleod
Producent: CRC Press Inc.
ISBN: 9781420073027
Rok produkcji: 2010
Ilość stron: 800
Oprawa: Twarda
Waga: 1.27 kg


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Thin Film Optivcal Filters

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Written by a world-renowned authority of optical coatings, "Thin-Film Optical Filters, Fourth Edition" presents an introduction to thin-film optical filters for both manufacturers and users. The preeminent author covers an assortment of design, manufacture, performance, and application topics. He also includes enough of the basic mathematics of optical thin films to enable readers to carry out thin-film calculations. This new edition of a bestseller retains most of the descriptions of older design techniques because of their importance in understanding how designs work. However, this edition includes a substantial amount of new material as well. A new chapter on color takes into account the increasing importance of color in optical coatings. In addition, a new section discusses the effects of gain in optical coatings. This comprehensive yet accessible book continues to offer valuable insight into the principles, techniques, and processes of successful coating design. It provides the sound foundation required to make further advances in the field. The book by Angus Macleod is the fourth edition of the famous textbook written by a world-renowned authority in the field of optical coating. This new edition retains most of the descriptions of older design techniques but also includes a substantial amount of new material. ... The book is an excellent treatise of thin film coatings, explaining how to produce all sorts of different filters selected according to the function they are required to play. ... The book is an indispensable text for every filter manufacturer and user and is an excellent guide for students. -Mario Bertolotti, Contemporary Physics, April 2012 Praise for the Third Edition: ... essential reading for all those involved in the design, manufacture, and application of optical coatings. ... a valuable addition to many bookshelves. -Materials World, September 2001 ... continues to be a very practical guide. -ASLIB Book Guide The third edition is no less rich and includes expanded references and information on many advances in design and technology since the second edition was published in 1986 ... a must-have addition to the library of any optical thin-film theorist or practitioner. It provides extensive methods to use in achieving desired optical performance for a broad range of coating types and extensive references for one to use in delving deeper into these topics. -Dale E. Morton, Denton Vacuum, LLC, SVC News It is obvious from the details of his career that Angus knows more about optical coatings, both in terms of design and of fabrication, than most of us put together. It is therefore quite expected that I feel free to state that, in my opinion, this book is a necessity, rather on par with having the use of a coating facility, a good coating program, and a fast computer, for anybody in the field of thin-film optical coatings and filters. Therefore, if you are new in this field, your first priority should be to make sure that you have the undivided use of a copy of this book. ... All in all, the book is a good statement of the state of the art of thin-film deposition theory and practice at the turn of the millennium. -Roger M. Wood, ElsevierIntroduction Early History Thin-Film Filters Basic Theory Maxwell's Equations and Plane Electromagnetic Waves The Simple Boundary The Reflectance of a Thin Film The Reflectance of an Assembly of Thin Films Reflectance, Transmittance, and Absorptance Units Summary of Important Results Potential Transmittance A Theorem on the Transmittance of a Thin-Film Assembly Coherence Incoherent Reflection at Two or More Surfaces Theoretical Techniques Quarter- and Half-Wave Optical Thicknesses Admittance Loci Electric Field and Losses in the Admittance Diagram The Vector Method The Herpin Index Alternative Method of Calculation Smith's Method of Multilayer Design The Smith Chart Reflection Circle Diagrams Antireflection Coatings Antireflection Coatings on High-Index Substrates Antireflection Coatings on Low-Index Substrates Equivalent Layers Antireflection Coatings for Two Zeros Antireflection Coatings for the Visible and the Infrared Inhomogeneous Layers Further Information Neutral Mirrors and Beam Splitters High-Reflectance Mirror Coatings Neutral Beam Splitters Neutral-Density Filters Multilayer High-Reflectance Coatings The Fabry-Perot Interferometer Multilayer Dielectric Coatings Losses Edge Filters Thin-Film Absorption Filters Interference Edge Filters Band-Pass Filters Broadband-Pass Filters Narrowband Filters Multiple Cavity Filters Higher Performance in Multiple-Cavity Filters Phase Dispersion Filter Multiple Cavity Metal-Dielectric Filters Measured Filter Performance Tilted Coatings Modified Admittances and the Tilted Admittance Diagram Application of the Admittance Diagram Polarizers Nonpolarizing Coatings Antireflection Coatings Retarders Optical Tunnel Filters Color in Optical Coatings Color Definition The 1964 Supplementary Colorimetric Observer Metamerism Other Color Spaces Hue and Chroma Brightness and Optimal Stimuli Colored Fringes Production Methods and Thin-Film Materials The Production of Thin Films Measurement of the Optical Properties Measurement of the Mechanical Properties Toxicity Summary of Some Properties of Common Materials Factors Affecting Layer and Coating Properties Microstructure and Thin-Film Behavior Sensitivity to Contamination Layer Uniformity and Thickness Monitoring Uniformity Substrate Preparation Thickness Monitoring and Control Tolerances Specification of Filters and Environmental Effects Optical Properties Physical Properties System Considerations: Applications of Filters and Coatings Potential Energy Grasp of Interference Filters Narrowband Filters in Astronomy Atmospheric Temperature Sounding Order Sorting Filters for Grating Spectrometers Glare Suppression Filters and Coatings Some Coatings Involving Metal Layers Other Topics Rugate Filters Ultrafast Coatings Automatic Methods Gain in Optical Coatings Photonic Crystals Characteristics of Thin-Film Dielectric Materials Bibliography Index References appear at the end of each chapter.

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Szczegóły: Thin Film Optivcal Filters - H. A. MacLeod, A Macleod

Tytuł: Thin Film Optivcal Filters
Autor: H. A. MacLeod, A Macleod
Producent: CRC Press Inc.
ISBN: 9781420073027
Rok produkcji: 2010
Ilość stron: 800
Oprawa: Twarda
Waga: 1.27 kg


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