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OptiLayer Substrate and Layer Material catalogs have been updated with 29 new entries (metals and ITO data):

Taken from D.L. Windt et al, Applied Optincs, Vol. 27, N 2, 1988

  • Ti (2.4-121.6 nm)
  • Zr (2.4-121.6 nm)
  • Nb (2.4-121.6 nm)
  • Mo (2.4-121.6 nm)
  • Ru (2.4-121.6 nm)
  • Rh (2.4-121.6 nm)
  • Pd (2.4-121.6 nm)
  • Ag (2.4-121.6 nm)
  • Hf (2.4-121.6 nm)
  • CVD SiC
  • Ta (2.4-121.6 nm)
  • Re (2.4-121.6 nm)
  • W (Tungsten) (2.4-121.6 nm)
  • Os (2.4-121.6 nm)
  • Ir (2.4-121.6 nm)
  • Pt (2.4-121.6 nm)
  • Au (2.4-121.6 nm)
  • Ti (2.4-121.6 nm)
  • Ti (2.4-121.6 nm)
  • Carbon
  • Diamond (24.3-121.6 nm)
  • Al (2.4-121.6 nm)
  • Si (2.4-121.6 nm)

Taken from: http://www.filmetrics.com/refractive-index-database/ITO/Indium-Tin-Oxide-InSnO

ITO (Filmetrics)

Taken from Handbook of Optical Constants of Solids, edited by  E.D. Palik, Academic Press, 1998

  • Al (Evaporated at room temperature)
  • Copper (Cu)
  • Gold (Au)
  • Nickel
  • Silver (Ag)

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