I have a question though about the KM function. If the k in KM function is the absorption coefficient, is this the same as the absorption coefficient (alpha) used in Tauc plot method for attaining the band gap? Where we plot (ahv)^p vs hv to obtain the intersect
How do the k and s in the Kubelka-Munk function relate to the index of refraction -- specifically the real and imaginary parts (k,n) of the index?
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