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Search Publications by: John H. Burnett (Fed)

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Index of refraction of germanium

April 27, 2020
John H. Burnett, Eric C. Benck, Simon G. Kaplan, Erik Stover, Adam Phenis
Measurements of the index of refraction of a sample of high-quality, single-crystal germanium using the minimum deviation refractometry method are presented for temperatures near 22 degC and for wavelengths in the range 2 micron to 14 micron. The standard

Refractive index measurements of Ge

October 20, 2016
John H. Burnett, Simon G. Kaplan
A program has been started at NIST to make high-accuracy measurements of the infrared (IR) index properties of technologically important IR materials, in order to provide the IR optics community with updated values for the highest-quality materials now

New Developments in the NIST Infrared Optical Properties of Materials Program

July 1, 2014
Leonard M. Hanssen, Sergey Mekhontsev, Jinan Zeng, John H. Burnett
The Infrared Optical Properties of Materials program in the Sensor Science Division at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) continues to upgrade its capabilities to provide comprehensive coverage of measurable infrared optical

Binary amplitude holograms made from dyed photoresist

May 13, 2011
Quandou (. Wang, Ulf Griesmann, John H. Burnett
A method for fabricating binary amplitude holograms from a dyed photoresist is described. It is of particular interest for holograms that are used as null lenses in the form metrology of aspheric surfaces and wavefronts. A pigment that strongly absorbs

Nanoelectronics Lithography

March 1, 2011
Stephen Knight, Vivek Prabhu, John H. Burnett, James Alexander Liddle, Christopher Soles, Alain C. Diebold
This is a compiled chapter that will be included into the Handbook of Nanophysics.

Intrinsic Birefringence in Calcium Fluoride and Barium Floride

December 1, 2001
John H. Burnett, Zachary H. Levine, Eric L. Shirley
We have measured an intrinsic birefringence in calcium fluoride in the ultraviolet for wavelengths from 365 nm down to 156 nm, and compared these results with theory and calculations. The measured effect is largest for propagation in the [110] direction