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Fig.30. A multi-boundary grating model with plane gaps between two adjacent corrugated regions can be calculated by both the 'Penetrating' and 'Separating' solvers.
Fig.31. A multi-boundary grating model can be calculated by the Penetrating solver only.
Fig.32. An example of resulting graph is for 'Ruled Spherical Al/Al2O3 Grating for the TM Polarization in the VUV' (v.6.1).
Fig.33. An example of resulting graph is for 'Ruled Spherical Al/Al2O3 Grating for the TM Polarized Spherical Wave-front Radiation in the VUV'(v.6.5).
Fig.34. An example of resulting graph is for 'Blazed Transmission Grating for the NP Polarization in the Visible' (v.6.1 & v.6.5).
Fig.35. An example of resulting graph is for 'Nonconformal Au/Dielectric Grating for the NP Polarization in the VisibleľNIR' (v.6.1).
Fig.36. An example of resulting graph is for 'Nonconformal-coated Au/Dielectric Grating for the NP Polarization in the VisibleľNIR' (v.6.5).
Fig.37. An example of resulting table is for 'Rough Blaze Mo Grating in Conical Mount for the Elliptically Polarized EUV' (v.6.1).
Fig.38. An example of resulting table is for 'Blaze Grating in Conical Mount for the Elliptically Polarized EUV' (v.6.5).
Fig.39. An example of resulting graph is for 'Real Groove Profile Echelle Grating for the TE Polarization in the Visible' (v.6.1 & v.6.5).
Fig.40. An example of resulting graph for 'Binary Phase High-Conductive Grating for the NP Polarization in the NIR' (v.6.1).
Fig.41. An example of resulting graph for 'Binary Phase High-Conductive Grating for the NP Polarization in the NIR' (v.6.5).
Fig.42. An example of resulting data in XML format for 'Sawtooth High-Conductive Grating for the NP Polarization in the NUVľNIR' (v.6.1).
Fig.43. An example of resulting graph for 'Transmission Grating Prism (GRISM) for the NP Polarization in the NUV' (v.6.5).
Fig.44. An example of resulting graph for 'Randomly Rough Ruled VLS Grating for the TM Polarization in the VisibleľNIR' (v.6.5).
Fig.45. An example of resulting graph A for 'Circular Rod Transmission Grating for the NP Polarization in the NIR' (v.6.5).
Fig.46. An example of resulting graph B for 'Circular Rod Transmission Grating for the NP Polarization in the NIR' (v.6.5).
Fig.47. An example of resulting graph for 'Grazing Incidence Non-Function Groove Profile Grating for the TM Polarization in the VisibleľNIR' (v.6.5).
Fig.48. An example of resulting data in XML format for 'Sawtooth High-Conductive Grating for the NP Polarization in the NUVľNIR' (v.6.5).
Fig.30. A Grating Model with Separated Boundaries
Fig.30. A Grating Model with Separated Boundaries
Fig.31. A Grating Model with Penetrating Boundaries
Fig.31. A Grating Model with Penetrating Boundaries
Fig.32. A Sample Graph for Grating Example 1 (v.6.1)
Fig.32. A Sample Graph for Grating Example 1 (v.6.1)
Fig.33. A Sample Graph for Grating Example 1 (v.6.5)
Fig.33. A Sample Graph for Grating Example 1 (v.6.5)
Fig.34. A Sample Graph for Grating Example 2 (v.6.1 & v.6.5)
Fig.34. A Sample Graph for Grating Example 2 (v.6.1 & v.6.5)
Fig.35. A Sample Graph for Grating Example 3 (v.6.1)
Fig.35. A Sample Graph for Grating Example 3 (v.6.1)
Fig.36. A Sample Graph for Grating Example 3 (v.6.5)
Fig.36. A Sample Graph for Grating Example 3 (v.6.5)
Fig.37.  A Sample Table for Grating Example 4 (v.6.1)
Fig.37. A Sample Table for Grating Example 4 (v.6.1)
Fig.38. A Sample Table for Grating Example 4 (v.6.5)
Fig.38. A Sample Table for Grating Example 4 (v.6.5)
Fig.39. A Sample Graph for Grating Example 5 (v.6.1 & v.6.5)
Fig.39. A Sample Graph for Grating Example 5 (v.6.1 & v.6.5)
Fig.40. A Sample Graph for Grating Example 6 (v.6.1)
Fig.40. A Sample Graph for Grating Example 6 (v.6.1)
Fig.41. A Sample Graph for Grating Example 6 (v.6.5)
Fig.41. A Sample Graph for Grating Example 6 (v.6.5)
Fig.42. A Sample XML Output for Grating Example 0 (v.6.1)
Fig.42. A Sample XML Output for Grating Example 0 (v.6.1)
Fig.43. A Sample Graph for Grating Example 7 (v.6.5)
Fig.43. A Sample Graph for Grating Example 7 (v.6.5)
Fig.44. A Sample Graph for Grating Example 8 (v.6.5)
Fig.44. A Sample Graph for Grating Example 8 (v.6.5)
Fig.45. A Sample Graph A for Grating Example 9 (v.6.5)
Fig.45. A Sample Graph A for Grating Example 9 (v.6.5)
Fig.46. A Sample Graph B for Grating Example 9 (v.6.5)
Fig.46. A Sample Graph B for Grating Example 9 (v.6.5)
Fig.47. A Sample Graph for Grating Example 10 (v.6.5)
Fig.47. A Sample Graph for Grating Example 10 (v.6.5)
Fig.48. A Sample XML Output for Grating Example 0 (v.6.5)
Fig.48. A Sample XML Output for Grating Example 0 (v.6.5)

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