Far-Infrared Properties of Solids

Far-Infrared Properties of Solids
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Proceedings of a NATO Advanced Study Institute, held in Delft, Netherland, August 5-23, 1968
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Artikel-Nr:
9781468418637
Veröffentl:
2012
Einband:
PDF
Seiten:
605
Autor:
S. Mitra
Serie:
Optical Physics and Engineering
eBook Typ:
PDF
eBook Format:
PDF
Kopierschutz:
Adobe DRM [Hard-DRM]
Sprache:
Englisch
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This book provides an account of modern aspects relating far infrared radiation to properties of solids; it encompasses both theoretical and experimental considerations. Written at the gradu- ate level, it attempts a threefold purpose; an indication of the breadth of the subject, an in-depth examination of important areas, and reference material to complement a text for a course. The treatment and organization of material here is compatible with a preceding volume of this series on "e;Optical Properties of Solids."e; Chapters 1-6 present material concerned principally with experimental considerations necessary to the carrying out of meas- urements in the far infrared spectral region. They also serve to provide considerable introductory material for the remaining chap- ters which deal with various areas that offer theoretical treat- ments utilizing and understanding far infrared properties of solids. Several lectures presented at the Institute could not be in- cluded in this book for two reasons: (i) Final versions of the lecture notes suitable for publication never arrived from several lecturers; (ii) Some materials were deliberately left out fro~ this book as they were also presented at an earlier NATO Institute and form part of a preceding volume edited by us in this series. In particular, it is recommended that Chapters 14 and 15, viz., in- frared and Raman spectra due to lattice vibrations by S. S. Mitra and impurity induced lattice absorption by L. Genzel in "e;Optical Properties of Solids'* be read concurrently with the present volume.
This book provides an account of modern aspects relating far infrared radiation to properties of solids; it encompasses both theoretical and experimental considerations. Written at the gradu- ate level, it attempts a threefold purpose; an indication of the breadth of the subject, an in-depth examination of important areas, and reference material to complement a text for a course. The treatment and organization of material here is compatible with a preceding volume of this series on "e;Optical Properties of Solids."e; Chapters 1-6 present material concerned principally with experimental considerations necessary to the carrying out of meas- urements in the far infrared spectral region. They also serve to provide considerable introductory material for the remaining chap- ters which deal with various areas that offer theoretical treat- ments utilizing and understanding far infrared properties of solids. Several lectures presented at the Institute could not be in- cluded in this book for two reasons: (i) Final versions of the lecture notes suitable for publication never arrived from several lecturers; (ii) Some materials were deliberately left out fro~ this book as they were also presented at an earlier NATO Institute and form part of a preceding volume edited by us in this series. In particular, it is recommended that Chapters 14 and 15, viz., in- frared and Raman spectra due to lattice vibrations by S. S. Mitra and impurity induced lattice absorption by L. Genzel in "e;Optical Properties of Solids'* be read concurrently with the present volume.

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