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The induced absorption coefficient is considerably higher than that found in silver

halide glasses. It ranges from 35 to 75 cm" 1 in the copper cadmium glasses and

from 5 to 20 cm" 1 in the silver halides. Hence very thin

The induced absorption coefficient is considerably higher than that found in silver

halide glasses. It ranges from 35 to 75 cm" 1 in the copper cadmium glasses and

from 5 to 20 cm" 1 in the silver halides. Hence very thin

**layers**can be very dark.Page 284

A Area of specimen E, E Electric field A A constant in Eq. (40) Amplitude of

electric field A' A constant in Eq. (85) El, E2 Electric fields in

Preexponential factor of the dc respectively conductivity equation, Eq. (1) Ei0, £2°

Initial ...

A Area of specimen E, E Electric field A A constant in Eq. (40) Amplitude of

electric field A' A constant in Eq. (85) El, E2 Electric fields in

**layers**1 and 2, A,Preexponential factor of the dc respectively conductivity equation, Eq. (1) Ei0, £2°

Initial ...

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Maxwell (1892) considered a material made up of alternate

to the field with high and low ... Let us consider a two-

thickness in which the

...

Maxwell (1892) considered a material made up of alternate

**layers**perpendicularto the field with high and low ... Let us consider a two-

**layer**dielectric with unitthickness in which the

**layers**have the conductivities a1 and a2 and the dielectric...

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### Contents

Optical Absorption of Glasses | 7 |

Solid Solution Strengthening of FaceCentered Cubic Alloys | 8 |

Visible Absorption | 35 |

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