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Refractivity of Air in the Near Infrared

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Abstract

Recent measurements are reported for the refractive index of air in the infrared up to 2 microns. These are both absolute and relative in nature, the latter being more precise. It is concluded that the measurements support the validity of Edlen’s refractivity formula in this region.

© 1958 Optical Society of America

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