Heidelberg - Jena - St.Petersburg - Database of Optical Constants (HJPDOC)

WWW databases of optical constants:

  1. Database on X-ray interaction with matter
    The database includes a lot of things related to the problem. In particular it allows one to obtain "optical" properties of different materials in the energy range from 30 up to 30.000 eV.
  2. Database of solid CO and CO2 for ISO
    The database contains files with the optical constants of apolar and polar ices. The data were derived from laboratory measured infrared spectra of mixtures containing CO and CO2 at temperatures between 10 and 80 K.
  3. Ice analogs database
    In the database one can find the infrared spectra of laboratory analogs of interstellar ices. The analogs consist of mixtures of the molecules H2, H2O, NH3, CH4, CO, H2CO, CH3OH, O2, N2, and CO2.
  4. Jena Laboratory database
    Optical constants of many materials of astronomical interest have been determined in the laboratory of Friedrich-Schiller-University (Jena). Files with the data have free access.
  5. Optical constants of some astrophysical materials
    Now HTML access to files with the optical constants of astronomical silicate, graphite, PAH-graphite, and silicon carbide very often used in astrophysics.
  6. Optical properties of materials used in applications
    On the pages of Crystran Ltd one can find tables with optical, physical and chemical characteristics of materials (silicon, sapphire, crystal quartz, fused silica, MgO, etc) used in the manufacture of optics for infrared and ultraviolet applications.
  7. Characteristics and properties of semiconductor materials
    This part of the Ioffe Institute site describes various physical (and optical) properties of many semiconductor materials (incl. Si and diamond). There is also a graphics library of the optical constants in visual for a more wide group of materials.
  8. HITRAN's aerosol indices of refraction
    HITRAN - High resolution transmission molecular absorption database has produced files with the refractive index of aerosol. Its page includes links to other spectral databases.
  9. U.S.Geological Survey database
    Digital spectral library of minerals from 0.2 to 3 um (splib04a) as well as other spectral libraries, software and useful information on (imaging) spectroscopy (incl. that of planets) are available.
  10. ASTER spectral database
    A compilation of almost 2000 spectra of natural and man made materials.
  11. Atomic Line List
    A list of lines of various atoms.
  12. Infrared Spectral Database of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons
    This database host spectra (graphical/ASCII/HTML) for many neutral and cationic PAHs.

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