On Thu, Jun 16, 2016 at 01:40:17PM -0300, Dr Antonio Vanderlei dos Santos wrote:
> I wonder about the optical properties.
> It is not clear to me
> what it means


The interaction of light with a material (or a chemical). In chemistry
we should refer to spectroscopic properties. In physics it can be more
general and they prefer optical properties. After all, optics is a very
old part of physics as it includes from reflection and refraction to
lasers and much more. Remember Newton's Opticks.

> The results and figures.

What do you mean?

> Can someone help me?

There are LOTS of books on optics. It is so a vast subject that you
better select a small portion. ¿Want to know about the color of gems?
¿What gives color to a fruit or abutterfly? ¿What is the principle behind
a laser? You really need to select a narrower field!

Best regards,
            Víctor Luaña
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