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Relationships between the Goos-Hanchen Shift and the Effective Thickness in Attenuated Total Reflection Spectroscopy
Volume 31, Number 3 (June 1977) Page 243-244
The behavior of an absorbing sample in attenuated total reflection spectroscopy has often been defined in terms of its effective thickness, this being the thickness necessary to produce the same degree of absorption in transmission (neglecting interference effects).