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31 eV), the value of k for highly pure alumina is less than 10−6 [49, 50], so the alumina is effectively transparent. Values of n for this wavelength range are given to four significant figures in Table 21. Values of n in the fifth or sixth significant figure are different for different investigations, probably because of different purities of samples and different measuring techniques and errors. 1598 (20) with l the wavelength in micrometers. This equation gives n accurately to about four significant figures (Table 21).