This page features several lists of refractive index values from various sources.
List #1 covers the refractive index of many materials for substrates, thin film deposition and the like.
List #2 covers selected organic compounds (scroll to bottom of page).

List #1
NOTES:
1 For data files linked to list #1, all wavelength units in Angstroms (unless explicitly specified otherwise)
2 Materials may be spread out under different filenames. For examples, ZnS may be under c-ZnS (cubic) or under ir-ZnS (infrared).
Luxpop would like to thank David Windt him for letting this list be put on this site. Further information about his work can be found at www.rxollc.com .Luxpop also thanks Mark Sulkes for his assistance in this matter.


Ac.nk
Ac_llnl_cxro.nk
Ag2O.nk
Ag2O_llnl_cxro.nk
AlAs.nk
AlAs_palik.nk
AlN.nk
AlN_llnl_cxro.nk
AlSb.nk
AlSb_palik.nk
a-C.nk
a-C_hagemann.nk
a-C_llnl_cxro.nk
a-C_palik.nk
a-C_windt.nk
a-C_windt88.nk
a-C_windt91.nk
a-SiC_llnl_cxro.nk
a-SiH.nk
a-SiH_palik.nk
B.nk
B2O3.nk
B2O3_llnl_cxro.nk
B4C.nk
B4C_llnl_cxro.nk
BN.nk
BN_llnl_cxro.nk
B_llnl_cxro.nk
Be.nk
BeO.nk
BeO_llnl_cxro.nk
BeO_palik.nk
Be_llnl_cxro.nk
Be_palik.nk
C10H8O4.nk
C10H8O4_llnl_cxro.nk
C5H8O2.nk
C5H8O2_llnl_cxro.nk
CH2.nk
CH2CCl2.nk
CH2CCl2_llnl_cxro.nk
CH2_llnl_cxro.nk
Co2O3.nk
Co2O3_llnl_cxro.nk
Co3O4.nk
Co3O4_llnl_cxro.nk
CoO.nk
CoO_llnl_cxro.nk
CoSi2.nk
CoSi2_llnl_cxro.nk
Cr.nk
Cr2O3.nk
Cr2O3_llnl_cxro.nk
Cr3C2.nk
Cr3C2_llnl_cxro.nk
Cr3C2_windt.nk
CsI.nk
CsI_llnl_cxro.nk
CsI_palik.nk
Cu2O.nk
Cu2O_llnl_cxro.nk
Cu2O_palik.nk
Cu4Si.nk
Cu4Si_llnl_cxro.nk
CuO.nk
CuO_llnl_cxro.nk
CuO_palik.nk
Cu_llnl_cxro.nk
Cu_palik.nk
d-C.nk
d-C_llnl_cxro.nk
d-C_palik.nk
d-C_windt.nk
Fe2O3.nk
Fe2O3_llnl_cxro.nk
Fe3O4.nk
Fe3O4_llnl_cxro.nk
FeO.nk
FeO_llnl_cxro.nk
g-C.nk
g-C_llnl_cxro.nk
Hf-te_lynch.nk
Hf-tm_lynch.nk
Hf.nk
HfO2.nk
HfO2_llnl_cxro.nk
Hf_llnl_cxro.nk
Hf_windt.nk
Hg.nk
HgTe.nk
HgTe_palik.nk
Hg_llnl_cxro.nk
Hg_palik.nk
Ir.nk
Ir_llnl_cxro.nk
Ir_palik.nk
Ir_windt.nk
ir-ZnS.nk
ir-ZnS_palik.nk
ir-ZnSe.nk
ir-ZnSe_palik.nk
K.nk
KBr.nk
KBr_palik.nk
KCl.nk
KCl_palik.nk
K_palik.nk
Li.nk
Li_palik.nk
Mg.nk
MgO.nk
MgO_llnl_cxro.nk
MgO_palik.nk
Mg_llnl_cxro.nk
Mn.nk
Mn3O4.nk
Mn3O4_llnl_cxro.nk
MnO2.nk
MnO2_llnl_cxro.nk
Mo.nk
Mo2C.nk
Mo2C_llnl_cxro.nk
MoC.nk
MoC_llnl_cxro.nk
MoO2.nk
MoO2_llnl_cxro.nk
MoO3.nk
MoO3_llnl_cxro.nk
MoS2.nk
MoS2_llnl_cxro.nk
MoSi2.nk
MoSi2_llnl_cxro.nk
MoSi2_windt.nk
Mo_llnl_cxro.nk
Mo_palik.nk
Mo_windt88.nk
Mo_windt91.nk
Mo_windt92.nk
NaCl.nk
NaCl_palik.nk
Na_palik.nk
Nb.nk
NbO.nk
NbO2.nk
NbO2_llnl_cxro.nk
NbO_llnl_cxro.nk
Nb_llnl_cxro.nk
Nb_palik.nk
Nb_weaver.nk
Nb_windt.nk
Ni.8Cr.2.nk
Ni.8Cr.2_llnl_cxro.nk
Ni.93V.07.nk
Ni.93V.07_llnl_cxro.nk
NiO.nk
NiO_llnl_cxro.nk
Ni_llnl_cxro.nk
Ni_palik.nk
Os.nk
OsO2.nk
OsO2_llnl_cxro.nk
Os_llnl_cxro.nk
Os_lynch.nk
Os_palik.nk
Os_windt.nk
PdO.nk
PdO_llnl_cxro.nk
PtO.nk
PtO2.nk
PtO2_llnl_cxro.nk
PtO_llnl_cxro.nk
Re-te_lynch.nk
Re-tm_lynch.nk
Re.nk
Re2O7.nk
Re2O7_llnl_cxro.nk
ReO2.nk
ReO2_llnl_cxro.nk
ReO3.nk
ReO3_llnl_cxro.nk
Re_llnl_cxro.nk
Re_windt.nk
Rh.nk
Rh2O3.nk
Rh2O3_llnl_cxro.nk
Rh_llnl_cxro.nk
Rh_palik.nk
Rh_weaver.nk
Rh_windt.nk
RuO2.nk
RuO2_llnl_cxro.nk
RuO4.nk
RuO4_llnl_cxro.nk
RuSi.nk
RuSi_llnl_cxro.nk
Ru_cox.nk
Ru_llnl_cxro.nk
Ru_weaver.nk
Ru_windt88.nk
Ru_windt92.nk
Sc.nk
Sc2O3.nk
Sc2O3_llnl_cxro.nk
ScN.nk
ScN_llnl_cxro.nk
Sc_llnl_cxro.nk
Se-e.nk
Se-e_palik.nk
Se.nk Se_palik.nk
SiC.nk
SiC_llnl_cxro.nk
SiC_osantowski.nk
SiC_palik.nk
SiC_windt.nk
SiC_yanagihara.nk
SiO.nk
Sn.nk
SnO.nk
SnO2.nk
SnO2_llnl_cxro.nk
SnO_llnl_cxro.nk
SnTe.nk
SnTe_palik.nk
Sn_llnl_cxro.nk
Ta.nk
Ta2O5.nk
Ta2O5_llnl_cxro.nk
TaC.nk
TaC_llnl_cxro.nk
TaN.nk
TaN_llnl_cxro.nk
Ta_llnl_cxro.nk
Ta_palik.nk
Ta_weaver.nk
Ta_windt.nk
Te-e.nk
Te-e_palik.nk
Te.nk
Te_palik.nk
ThF4.nk
ThF4_palik.nk
TiC.nk
TiC_llnl_cxro.nk
TiC_palik.nk
TiN.nk
TiN_llnl_cxro.nk
TiN_palik.nk
TiO2-e.nk
TiO2-e_palik.nk
TiO2.nk
TiO2_llnl_cxro.nk
TiO2_palik.nk
V2O3.nk
V2O3_llnl_cxro.nk
V2O5.nk
V2O5_llnl_cxro.nk
VC.nk
VC_llnl_cxro.nk
VC_palik.nk
VN.nk
VN_llnl_cxro.nk
VN_palik.nk
VO.nk
VO2.nk
VO2_llnl_cxro.nk
VO_llnl_cxro.nk
V_kihara.nk
V_llnl_cxro.nk
V_palik.nk
V_weaver.nk
W.nk
WO2.nk
WO2_llnl_cxro.nk

List #2
These values were used to generate the results found in the following references:
[1] S. Cheylan, D.S. Ghosh, D. Krautz, T.L. Chen, V. Pruneri, "Organic light-emitting diode with indium-free metallic bilayer as transparent anode,"Organic Electronics, V. 12, pp. 818822 (2011).
[2] D. Krautz, E. Lunedei, J. Puigdollers, G. Badenes, R. Alcubilla, and S. Cheylan, "Interchain and intrachain emission branching in polymer light-emitting diode doped by organic molecules,"APPLIED PHYSICS LETTERS, V. 96, p. 033301 (2010).
[3] D. Krautz, S Cheylan, D S Ghosh and V Pruneri, "Nickel as an alternative semitransparent anode to indium tin oxide for polymer LED applications," Nanotechnology, V. 20,# 275204 (7pp), (2009) .
NOTE:
For list #2, data is in a csv (comma separated values) format as follows: wavelength (nm), n, k.
Luxpop would like to thank Danny Krautz of ICFO Barcelona for his assistance in this matter.

MEH_n_k.txt  PEDOT_n_k.txt  PFO_n_k.txt  SY_n_k.txt