Far-Infrared Properties of Solids Proceedings of a NATO Advanced Study Institute, held in Delft, Netherland, August 5–23, 1968

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 examina...

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Other Authors: Mitra, S. (Editor)
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: New York, NY Springer US 1970, 1970
Edition:1st ed. 1970
Series:Optical Physics and Engineering
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505 0 |a 1. A Complete system for Interferometric Fourier Spectroscopy in the Far Infrared -- 2. Interferometric Spectroscopy -- 3. Far Infrared Properties of Atmospheric Gases -- 4. Far Infrared Sources -- 5. Far Infrared Detectors -- 6. Developments in Detection and Microsampling Techniques for Laser Raman Spectroscopy -- 7. A Graphical Survey of Free Carrier Magnetooptical Effects in Semiconductors -- 8. Far Infrared Absorption in Ordered Magnetic Systems -- 9. Far Infrared Absorption in Superconductors -- 10. Far Infrared Dispersion and the Raman Spectra of Ferroelectric Crystals -- 11. Modification of Lattice Vibrations by Impurities -- 12. Lattice Vibrations of Solid Solutions -- 13. Characteristic Energy Absorption Spectra of Solids -- 14. High Pressure Research in the Far Infrared Spectral Region -- 15. Recent Progress on the Low Frequency Spectra of Coordination Compounds -- 16. Low Frequency Vibrations of Polymers -- 17. Electronic Raman Spectra of Trivalent Lathanides -- 18. Far Infrared Electronic Transitions in Rare Earth Ions -- 19. Lattice Absorption in the Very Far Infrared 
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520 |a 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 "Optical Properties of Solids." 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 "Optical Properties of Solids'· be read concurrently with the present volume