VERIFICATION #13b Thin film result Thin film calculation result. Recall that you can choose from multiple substrate materials such as silicon, GaAs, or InP and from deposition materials such as gold or silver.


Input string: 59.348,2.3,0 101.11,1.35,0 59.348,2.3,0 101.11,1.35,0 59.348,2.3,0
Total number of films entered: 5      Incident angle: 30 degrees    Index of ambient material(n,k)=1      Material of substrate: silicon       Units for thickness and wavelength should be nm.
Nomenclature is as follows: perp refers to s-polarization ; para refers to p polarization ; mag means magnitude.
The following are the field and power, as well as the phase shift for both polarization states. Both reflected and transmitted values are given.
References:
[1] Born and Wolf, Principles of Optics, 7th ed. Chapter 1
[2] Steve Byrnes, http://sbyrnes321.byethost11.com/
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT: Luxpop would like to thank (i) Steve Byrnes of Berkeley for his valuable assistance in correcting previous errors, and (ii) Didier Dutartre for his contribution.

lambda (nm) Set of thicknesses Input power mag r_perp (field) R_perp (power) mag r_para (field) R_para (power) delta r_phase perp delta r_phase para mag t_perp (field) T_perp (power) mag t_para (field) T_para (power) delta t_phase perp delta t_phase para
897.0 1 1.0 0.1554 0.0242 0.1193 0.0142 1.096 -2.767 0.4841 0.9758 0.4866 0.9858 -1.373 -1.503
927.0 1 1.0 0.0336 0.0011 0.0902 0.0081 -0.502 2.199 0.4908 0.9989 0.4891 0.9919 -1.597 -1.699
957.0 1 1.0 0.1418 0.0201 0.1570 0.0247 -1.989 1.374 0.4870 0.9799 0.4859 0.9753 -1.802 -1.877
987.0 1 1.0 0.2542 0.0646 0.2340 0.0547 -2.266 1.017 0.4768 0.9354 0.4793 0.9453 -1.984 -2.039
1017.0 1 1.0 0.3450 0.1190 0.3008 0.0905 -2.449 0.791 0.4637 0.8810 0.4711 0.9095 -2.143 -2.184
1047.0 1 1.0 0.4161 0.1731 0.3558 0.1266 -2.595 0.618 0.4501 0.8269 0.4626 0.8734 -2.283 -2.313
1077.0 1 1.0 0.4709 0.2217 0.3998 0.1598 -2.717 0.477 0.4375 0.7783 0.4546 0.8402 -2.404 -2.430
1107.0 1 1.0 0.5127 0.2629 0.4345 0.1888 -2.823 0.355 0.4267 0.7371 0.4476 0.8112 -2.512 -2.536
1137.0 1 1.0 0.5447 0.2967 0.4617 0.2132 -2.915 0.249 0.4174 0.7033 0.4415 0.7868 -2.609 -2.633
1167.0 1 1.0 0.5691 0.3239 0.4830 0.2333 -2.997 0.154 0.4096 0.6761 0.4362 0.7667 -2.697 -2.722
1197.0 1 1.0 0.5874 0.3451 0.4991 0.2491 -3.071 0.067 0.4035 0.6549 0.4320 0.7509 -2.777 -2.804

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