We present calculations of surface waves and Brillouin scattering intensity for polycarbonate films supported by a pyrex substrate in the thickness range 0-0.6 µm. Comparison between calculated and experimental spectra shows that it is possible to obtain accurate information concerning the thickness of the film and the value and sign of the photoelastic constants.

The interface polycarbonate-glass: a theoretical study of Brillouin spectra and photoelestic properties / Nizzoli, F.; Franchini, Anna; Santoro, Giorgio. - In: JOURNAL DE PHYSIQUE. COLLOQUE. - ISSN 0449-1947. - STAMPA. - 45:(1984), pp. C5 55-C5 59. [10.1051/jphyscol:1984506]

The interface polycarbonate-glass: a theoretical study of Brillouin spectra and photoelestic properties

FRANCHINI, Anna;SANTORO, Giorgio
1984

Abstract

We present calculations of surface waves and Brillouin scattering intensity for polycarbonate films supported by a pyrex substrate in the thickness range 0-0.6 µm. Comparison between calculated and experimental spectra shows that it is possible to obtain accurate information concerning the thickness of the film and the value and sign of the photoelastic constants.
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The interface polycarbonate-glass: a theoretical study of Brillouin spectra and photoelestic properties / Nizzoli, F.; Franchini, Anna; Santoro, Giorgio. - In: JOURNAL DE PHYSIQUE. COLLOQUE. - ISSN 0449-1947. - STAMPA. - 45:(1984), pp. C5 55-C5 59. [10.1051/jphyscol:1984506]
Nizzoli, F.; Franchini, Anna; Santoro, Giorgio
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