Abstract

This paper illustrates a way of representing the ellipsometric Δ and ψ parameters in polar form, which has some advantages over the Cartesian Δψ plots, and the Argand diagrams of the complex reflection coefficient ratio, which are currently in use.

© 1986 Optical Society of America

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