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Thus, the results reported by Momin et al. appear to be low relative to other data as well as compared to the recommendation of Martin.
Figure 2 shows that they are also consistently higher than values for liquid UO2 at wavelengths in the visible spectrum. 7. 5 nm) and at three angles of incidence (45o, 58o, and 71o). Reflectivities measured as a function of temperature and wavelength showed considerable scatter with angle of incidence. Optical constants were calculated from the reflectivities at each temperature and wavelength for each of the three possible pairs of measurement angles (45o and 58o, 45o and 71o, 58o and 71o). Then these three sets of values were averaged to obtain optical constants for each wavelength and temperature.