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High PVC film‐forming composite latex particles via miniemulsification, part 3: Optical properties

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Mod-03 Lec-25 Optical properties of materials

An external electric field with force. Then, the vibration equation becomes see topic 1. The factor k is the spring constant, which determines the binding strength between the atom and electron. Each vibrating dipole e. The stationary solution of It is defined to be see topic 1. As before, we assumed one oscillator per atom. Thus, Na is identical to the number of atoms per unit volume.

We obtain. The frequency dependencies of e1 and e2 are plotted in Figs.


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