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Publications of Jiří Vohánka

Journal articles with impact factor: in print, 2018, 2017, 2004
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in print

8. Čermák M., Vohánka J., Ohlídal I., Franta D.,
Optical quantities of multi-layer systems with randomly rough boundaries calculated using the exact approach of the Rayleigh–Rice theory,
Journal of Modern Optics (in print)

7. Ohlídal I., Vohánka J., Mistrík J., Čermák M., Franta D.,
Different theoretical approaches at optical characterization of randomly rough silicon surfaces covered with native oxide layers,
Surface and Interface Analysis (in print)

6. Vohánka J., Ohlídal I., Ženíšek J., Vasina P., Čermák M., Franta D.,
Use of the Richardson extrapolation in optics of inhomogeneous layers: application to optical characterization,
Surface and Interface Analysis (in print)


5. Franta D., Franta P., Vohánka J., Čermák M., Ohlídal I.,
Determination of thicknesses and temperatures of crystalline silicon wafers from optical measurements in the far infrared region,
Journal of Applied Physics 123 (2018) 185707


4. Franta D., Dubroka A., Wang C., Giglia A., Vohánka J., Franta P., Ohlídal I.,
Temperature-dependent dispersion model of float zone crystalline silicon,
Applied Surface Science 421 (2017) 405-419

3. Franta D., Čermák M., Vohánka J., Ohlídal I.,
Dispersion models describing interband electronic transitions combining Tauc's law and Lorentz model,
Thin Solid Films 631 (2017) 12-22

2. Ohlídal I., Vohánka J., Čermák M., Franta D.,
Optical characterization of randomly microrough surfaces covered with very thin overlayers using effective medium approximation and Rayleigh-Rice theory,
Applied Surface Science 419 (2017) 942-956


1. Šíra M., Sťahel P., Buršíková V., Vohánka J., Trunec D.,
Activation of polyethylene and polypropylene in atmospheric pressure glow discharge,
Czechoslovak Journal of Physics 54(Part 5) (2004) C835-C839