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Some published collections of optical constants:

  1. Zolotarev V.M., Morozov V.N., Smirnova E.V. (1984)
    Opticheskie Postoyannye Prirodnych i Technicheskich Sred
    (Optical Constants of Natural and Technical Materials). Himiya, Leningrad (in Russian).
  2. Palik E.D. (ed.) (1985)
    Handbook of Optical Constants of Solids.
    Academic Press, New York.
  3. Palik E.D. (ed.) (1991)
    Handbook of Optical Constants of Solids II.
    Academic Press, New York.
  4. Palik E.D. (ed.) (1998)
    Handbook of Optical Constants of Solids III.
    Academic Press, New York.

Some books:

  1. Abeles F. (ed.) (1966) Optical Properties and Electronic Structure of Metals and Alloys. North-Holland Publ. Co., Amsterdam.
  2. Abeles F. (ed.) (1970) Optical Properties of Solids. Elsevier, New-York.
  3. Abeles F. (ed.) (1972) Optical Properties of Solids. Elsevier, New-York.
  4. Agranovich V.M., Ginzburg V.L. (1979) Kristallooptika s uchetom prostranstvennoj dispersii i teorii eksitonov. Nauka, Moscow.
  5. Azzam R.M.A., Bashara N.N. (1989) Ellipsometry and Polarized Light. North-Holland Publ. Co., Amsterdam.
  6. Bohren C.F., Huffman D.R. (1983) Absorption and Scattering of Light by Small Particles. J.Wiley & Sons, New York.
  7. Bentley F.F., Smithson L.D. and Rozek A.L. (1968) Infrared Spectra and Characteristic Frequences 700-300 cm-1. Interscience, New York.
  8. Crosswhite H.M., Moos H.W. (eds.) (1967) Optical Properties of Ions in Crystals. Interscience, New York.
  9. DiBartolo B. (ed.) (1974) Optical Properties of Ions in Solids. Plenum, New York.
  10. Egan W.G., Hilgenman T.W. (1979) Optical Properties of Inhomogeneous Materials. Applications to Geology, Astronomy, Chemistry, and Engineering. Academic Press, New York.
  11. Farmer V.C. (ed.) (1999) The Infrared Spectra of Minerals. Mineral.Soc., London.
  12. Greenaway D.L., Harbeke G. (1968) Optical Properties and Band Structure of Solids. Pergamon, Oxford.
  13. Hapke B.W. (1993) Reflectance and Emittance Spectroscopy. Cambr. Univ. Press, Cambridge.
  14. Herzberg G. (1945) Infrared and Raman Spectra of Polyatomic Molecules. Van Nostrand, New-York.
  15. Hodgson J.N. (1970) Optical Absorption and Dispersion in Solids. Chapman & Hall, London.
  16. Hohler G. (ed.) (1970) Optical Constants of Solids. Springer Tracts in Physics, vol.54. Springer-Verlag, Berlin.
  17. Ivlev L.S., Andreev S.D. (1986) Opticheskie Svoistva Atmosfernych Aerozolej. Leningrad Univ. Press, Leningrad.
  18. Mitra S.S., Nudelman S. (eds.) (1970) Far-infrared Properties of Solids. Plenum, New-York.
  19. Mitra S.S., Bendow B. (eds.) (1975) Optical Properties of Highly Transparent Solids. Plenum, New-York.
  20. Moss T.S. (1961) Optical Properties of Semiconductors. Butterworth, London.
  21. Nudelman S., Mitra S.S. (eds.) (1969) Optical Properties of Solids. Plenum, New York.
  22. Roeseler A. (1990) Infrared Spectroscopic Ellipsometry. Akademie-Verlag, Berlin.
  23. Salisbury J.W., Walter L.S., Vergo N, D'Aria D.M. (1991) Infrared (2.1 - 25 um) Spectra of Minerals. J.Hopkins University Press, Baltimore.
  24. Sherwood P.M.A. (1972) Vibrational Spectroscopy of Solids. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge.
  25. Tauc J. (1966) Optical Properties of Solids. Academic Press, New York.
  26. Tompkins H.G., McGahan W.A. (1999) Spectroscopic Ellipsometry and Reflectometry. Wiley-Interscience.
  27. Weaver J. et al. (1981) Physical Data: Optical Properties of Metals. Fach-Inform.-Zentr., Karlsruhe.
  28. Wooten F. (1972) Optical Properties of Solids. Academic Press, New York.
  29. for more recent books see here.

Some reviews:

  1. Aspnes D.E. (1999) Optical Properties of Crystalline Silicon. In: Hull R. (ed.) Properties of Crystalline Silicon. IEE
  2. Clark R.N. (1999) Spectroscopy of Rocks and Minerals, and Principles of Spectroscopy. In: Rencz A. (ed.) Manual of Remote Sensing. J.Wiley & Sons, New York
  3. Harris G.L. et al. (1995) Optical and Paramagnetic Properties ofSilicon Carbide. In: Harris G.L. (ed.) Properties of Silicon Carbide. IEE
  4. Huffman D.R. (1977) Adv. Phys. 26, 129.
  5. Lien D.J. (1991) In: Newburn R.L.Jr. et al. (eds.) Comets in the Post-Halley Era. v.2, p.1005.
  6. Ramdas A.K. (2000) Optical poroperties of Diamond. In: Nazare M.H., Neves A.J. (eds.) Properties, Growth and Applications of Diamond. IEE, Chapt.A1
  7. Salisbury J.W. (1993) Mid Infrared Spectroscopy: Laboratory Data. In: Pieters C.M., Englert P.A.J. (eds.) Remote Geochemical Analysis: Elemantal and mineralogical composition. Cambridge Univ. Press, Cambridge
  8. Swanepoel R. (1998) Optical Functions of Amorphous Silicon. In: Searle T.M. (ed.) Properties of Amorphous Silicon and its Alloys. IEE
  9. Schmitt et al. (1998) Optical Properties of Ices from UV to Infrared. In: Schmitt B. et al. (eds.) Solar System Ices. Kluwer Acad. Publ., p. 199.
  10. Silva (2002) Optical and Paramagnetic Properties of Silicon Carbide. In: Harris G.L. (ed.) Properties of Silicon Carbide. IEE, Chapt.2
  11. Teiss W. et al. (1998) Optical Constants of Porous Silicon. In: Canham L. (ed.) Properties of Porous Silicon. IEE, Chapt.8
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