Determination of Optical Properties of Advanced Materials through Angular UV-Vis-NIR Measurements
Agilent Technologies: Determination of Optical Properties of Advanced Materials through Angular UV-Vis-NIR Measurements
Advanced materials are increasingly finding uses in the worlds of wafers and photovoltaic materials.
As they are being developed, there is a need to understand their optical properties. How much light is being reflected/transmitted/adsorbed and how the polarization of light effects these values gives insight into the materials’ potential performance in devices. This talk will examine how angular measurements can be made through the use of a Cary 7000 and its UMA (Universal Measurement Accessory).
Presenter: Mark Fisher, PhD (Application Engineer, Molecular Spectroscopy, Agilent Technologies, Inc.)
Mark, an Application Scientist for Agilent Technologies, has over 35 years of experience in molecular spectroscopy. He has held roles in Agilent's UV-Vis-NIR, fluorescence, and atomic absorption product portfolios. In addition to identifying industry trends and new business needs, Mark's responsibilities include application development, pre and post-sales support, as well as acting as a customer advocate for new product and technology opportunities. Mark received his doctorate in analytical chemistry from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.