WSe2 (Tungsten diselenide)

KH2PO4 (Potassium dihydrogen phosphate, KDP) CsCl (Cesium chloride) MgF2 (Magnesium fluoride) LiNbO3 (Lithium niobate)

NH4H2PO4 (Ammonium dihydrogen phosphate, ADP)  

Cu (Copper) Hf (Hafnium) Ce (Cerium) LiCl (Lithium chloride) LiI (Lithium iodide) The crystallization of the ZnO matrix, which increases the refractive index, and the formation of larger Au nanoparticles are presented as the main reasons for this shift of the LSPR peak to higher wavelengths. GaN (Gallium nitride) BeO (Beryllium monoxide)

1 is the absorption of ZnO nanospheres with different radius in water (refractive index is 1.33). Bi4Ti3O12 (Bismuth titanate, BTO)

As2S3 (Arsenic trisulfide)

With decrease in the size of the nanoparticle (NP), the bandgap of the material increases, thus providing a blue-shift in the refractive index of the material. Ag (Silver) K (Potassium)

Y3Al5O12 (Yttrium aluminium garnet, YAG)

InAs (Indium arsenide) The photothermal property of zinc oxide nanoparticles in the infrared spectrum. Er (Erbium)

In the nanoparticle model, the ZnO … ScienceDirect ® is a registered trademark of Elsevier B.V. ScienceDirect ® is a registered trademark of Elsevier B.V. Correlating the nanoparticle size dependent refractive index of ZnO optical spacer layer and the efficiency of hybrid solar cell through optical modelling. MgH2 (Magnesium hydride) TlCl (Thallium chloride)

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Fe3O4 (Iron(II,III) oxide, Magnetite) McGraw-Hill 2009* Ref. NaBr (Sodium bromide) https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijleo.2019.163984. CdTe (Cadmium telluride) Pb (Lead) VN (Vanadium nitride) Re (Rhenium) Comparison of these models helped us to evaluate the improvement in the Jsc,ideal due to scattering effects from nanoparticles. In (Indium) 2017: n,k 0.302-1.685 µm CdGeP2 (Cadmium germanium phosphide) InP (Indium phosphide) Fig. PbI2 (Lead iodide) N2 (Nitrogen) Ta (Tantalum) When the radius of ZnO nanoparticle increases, the bandgap becomes narrow, and the resonance frequency decreases. MoSe2 (Molybdenum diselenide) AlAs (Aluminium arsenide) Bond et al. [CSV - comma separated] ORGANIC - organic materials Sr (Strontium) CaMg(CO3)2 (Calcium magnesium carbonate, Dolomite) To clarify, this is for a Helium-Neon laser with λ=632nm (the wavelength in the Zetasizer). CdSe (Cadmium selenide) PbS (Lead sulfide) Chromium (Cr)

ZnS (Zinc sulfide)

LuAl3(BO3)4 (Lutetium aluminium borate, LuAB) Lu2O3 (Lutetium sesquioxide) 36, 1674-1677 (1965)2) Handbook of Optics, 3rd edition, Vol.

Cs (Caesium) ZnSe (Zinc selenide) Refractive Index Database The table below contains links to refractive index data for common materials. CaCO3 (Calcium carbonate, Calcite) HgS (Mercury sulfide) We use cookies to help provide and enhance our service and tailor content and ads. PbTiO3 (Lead titanate) Os (Osmium) In the nanoparticle model, the ZnO NPs were considered as nanospheres which scatter the incoming light. KCl (Potassium chloride) By continuing you agree to the use of cookies. Pb5Ge3O11 (Lead germanate, PGO) GeO2 (Germanium dioxide, Germania) YVO4 (Yttrium orthovanadate) Ni (Nickel) ZnSiAs2 (Zinc silicon arsenide)

Ir (Iridium) BiB3O6 (Bismuth triborate, BiBO) Ru (Ruthenium) GaP (Gallium phosphide) Querry 1985: n,k 0.21-55.6 µm Ag3AsS3 (Silver arsenic sulfide) Some optical properties for nanomaterials can be found via google. LiBr (Lithium bromide)

SiO2 (Silicon dioxide, Silica, Quartz) Yb2O3 (Ytterbium sesquioxide) Pt (Platinum) Tl3AsSe3 (Thallium arsenic selenide, TAS) Two morphological FDTD models, nanoparticle spheres 3D model, and thin-film 1D model. Aguilar et al. Ti (Titanium)

KTaO3 (Potassium tantalate) BiFeO3 (Bismuth ferrite, BFO) H2 (Hydrogen) Na (Sodium) Ar (Argon) CaSO4 (Calcium sulfate) CuO (Copper monoxide) B (Boron) V (Vanadium) 1965: n(o) 0.45-4.0 µm Kr (Krypton) Te (Tellurium) PbMoO4 (Lead Molybdate) Nb2O5 (Niobium pentoxide) CsLiB6O10 (Cesium lithium borate, CLBO) Li (Lithium) D2 (Deuterium) BaF2 (Barium fluoride) Au (Gold) Se (Selenium) YbF3 (Ytterbium trifluoride) NaF (Sodium fluoride)

Copyright © 2020 Elsevier B.V. or its licensors or contributors. All rights reserved. These modifications are in … CaWO4 (Calcium tungstate) LiF (Lithium fluoride)

Co (Cobalt) Based on the discrete dipole approximation (DDA) algorithm, the absorption spectra and near electric field of ZnO nanospheres with the radius of 10−30 nm in the infrared band were calculated. OTHER - miscellaneous materials C (Carbon, diamond, graphite, graphene) KF (Potassium fluoride) TiO2 (Titanium dioxide) The index sensitivities generally increase as Au nanoparticles become elongated and their apexes become sharper. LaF3 (Lanthanum fluoride) Xe (Xenon) RbF (Rubidium fluoride) Zinc oxide is an inorganic compound with the formula Zn O.ZnO is a white powder that is insoluble in water. [Full database record], RefractiveIndex.INFO website: © 2008-2020 Mikhail Polyanskiy, refractiveindex.info database: public domain via CC0 1.0, NO GUARANTEE OF ACCURACY - Use on your own risk. Measurement of the refractive indices of several crystals, J. Appl. ZnTe (Zinc telluride) For example, here is a shortlist of refractive index and absorption values for common nanomaterials below. Bi (Bismuth) © 2019 Elsevier GmbH. SrMoO4 (Strontium molybdate) AgBr (Silver bromide) Dy2O3 (Dysprosium sesquioxide) Sn (Tin) CS2 (Carbon disulfide) Phys.

SiO (Silicon monoxide)

  Tm (Thulium) We use cookies to help provide and enhance our service and tailor content and ads. Bi12SiO20 (Bismuth silicate, BSO) PbSe (Lead selenide) RbBr (Rubidium bromide) AlN (Aluminium nitride) 2016: Nanoparticles; n 0.405-0.635 µm, 1) W. L. Bond. Ne (Neon)

KBr (Potassium bromide)

The optimized structure was obtained by varying the thickness of the ZnO layer. Zr (Zirconium), Page Sc2O3 (Scandium sesquioxide) InSb (Indium antimonide) H2O, D2O (Water, heavy water, ice) GaAs (Gallium arsenide) MoTe2 (Molybdenum ditelluride)

Optical spacer's ZnO nanoparticles' size affects the light absorption. Ge (Germanium) KI (Potassium iodide) PbF2 (Lead difluoride)

1, [Expressions for n] RbCl (Rubidium chloride) Si (Silicon) We implemented these results in two different morphological models: nanoparticle model, and thin-film model. Bi4Ge3O12 (Bismuth germanate, BGO) Cu2O (Copper(I) oxide)

AgGaSe2 (Silver gallium selenide, AGSe) MAIN - simple inorganic materials Al (Aluminium) AgGaS2 (Silver gallium sulfide, AGS) WS2 (Tungsten disulfide) [TXT - tab separated] RbI (Rubidium iodide) Bond et al. The refractive index sensitivities and figures of merit were found to be dependent on both the shape and the size of the Au nanoparticles. Ta2O5 (Tantalum pentoxide) Refractive index of ZnO nanoparticles is size-dependent. The efficacy of fabricated sensors with respect to … 1965: n (o) 0.45-4.0 µm

ZnO (Zinc monoxide) Fe (Iron) KTiOPO4 (Potassium titanyl phosphate, KTP) CaF2 (Calcium fluoride) Combination of optical fiber and semiconductor metal oxide nanostructure provide a label-free refractive index (RI) sensor with an excellent limit of detection. HfO2 (Hafnium dioxide, Hafnia)

Pd (Palladium) Ho (Holmium)

RbTiOPO4 (Rubidium titanyl phosphate, RTP)

GLASS - glasses Y2O3 (Yttrium sesquioxide)

Au nanospheres exhibit the smallest refractive index sensitivity of 44 nm/RIU and Au nanobranches exhibit the largest index sensitivity of 703 nm/RIU… GaSe (Gallium selenide) CsI (Cesium iodide) Each material in the database has refractive index listed as a function of wavelength over a range typically required for thin-film thickness measurement. MgO (Magnesium monoxide) The position of absorption peak is slight blue-shift when the particle radius increases, and it is red-shift with the ambient refractive index.

SrF2 (Strontium fluoride) SrTiO3 (Strontium titanate, STO) Hg (Mercury) Mg (Magnesium)

ZnO was used as an optical spacer in the solar cell structure to improve the light absorbed in the active layer. He (Helium) CuCl (Cuprous chloride) AlSb (Aluminium antimonide)

2019: n,k 0.3-3.2 µm MoO3 (Molybdenum trioxide) CsF (Cesium fluoride) NaI (Sodium iodide) CuGaS2 (Copper gallium sulfide) Refractive index [ i ] n = 2.0034 Wavelength, µm n, k 1 2 3 4 1.9 1.95 2 2.05 2.1 1.85 2.15 RefractiveIndex.INFO ZnO (Zinc monoxide) Bond et al. KNbO3 (Potassium niobate) Moreover, there is a higher amount of Au in the matrix, which increases the possibility to form larger nanoparticles due to the coalescence phenomena. Rb (Rubidium) Bodurov et al. CeF3 (Cerium trifluoride) Refractive index and extinction coefficient of different sized ZnO nanoparticles were calculated using tight binding model. The near-field enhancement was calculated at the resonance wavelength, the results show that it increases with the particle radius, but it decreases with the ambient refractive index.