1 August 1990 Generalized properties of superfine stratified periodic structures
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Proceedings Volume 1270, Optical Thin Films and Applications; (1990) https://doi.org/10.1117/12.20363
Event: The International Congress on Optical Science and Engineering, 1990, The Hague, Netherlands
ManY works have been devoted to theoretical treatment of analysis and sYnthesis of superfine stratified periodic structures because of their importance for successful solution of numerous Problems of fun dainental and applied phYsics. Hitherto several methods have been develoPed quite well and results have been generalized rather completelY, which refer to periodic structures consisting of laYers with optical thickness of a quarterwave, half-wave or so, However, it is the Progress in modern PhYsics and engineering (for example, the intensive development of the previouslY PoorlY studied region of the electromagnetic spectrum, namely: the medium and far IR). the necessitY to solve diagnostics Problems of stratified non-uniform media (with a non-uniformitY Period being less than the wavelength) that make it necessary to carry out both analYtical and numerical analYsis of the ProPerties and peculiarities of stratified structures with superfine laYers much less than the wave- 1 ength, In recent Years a member of works have been Published which grove the possibilitY to sYnthesize such structures in order to solve problems of improving optical properties of the interface between two media and to describe basic Properties and peculiarities inherent onlY to this class of structures18. It is in the context of such statement of the Problem that we shall Perform a generalized analYsis of proPerties and various peculiarities of the superfine stratified structures in the Present Paper.
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A. V. Kozar, "Generalized properties of superfine stratified periodic structures", Proc. SPIE 1270, Optical Thin Films and Applications, (1 August 1990); doi: 10.1117/12.20363; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.20363

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