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Hi,
I'm trying to take this Sellmeier equation,
n^2 (λ)=1+ (B_1 λ^2)/(λ^2C_1 )+(B_2 λ^2)/(λ^2C_2 )+(B_3 λ^2)/(λ^2C_3 )
for which i have several sets of constants for prospective glasses, and convert it into a group delay dispersion graph, with axes of fs^2 vs wavelength.
How do i rearrange the equation above (or convert the resultant graph) into a form i can use to find the GDD for the glasses?
If it's easier, i could use the GVD instead of the GDD.
Thanks!
Voxynn
I'm trying to take this Sellmeier equation,
n^2 (λ)=1+ (B_1 λ^2)/(λ^2C_1 )+(B_2 λ^2)/(λ^2C_2 )+(B_3 λ^2)/(λ^2C_3 )
for which i have several sets of constants for prospective glasses, and convert it into a group delay dispersion graph, with axes of fs^2 vs wavelength.
How do i rearrange the equation above (or convert the resultant graph) into a form i can use to find the GDD for the glasses?
If it's easier, i could use the GVD instead of the GDD.
Thanks!
Voxynn
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