## Proceedings of the International School of Physics "Enrico Fermi.", Volume 22N. Zanichelli, 1963 - Nuclear physics |

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The rotation per unit length 6 is defined by (H.29) 0 = ^ = ^.-M where ... well below

cyclotron resonance where the medium is essentially dispersive, for which case

the derivation applies) the

The rotation per unit length 6 is defined by (H.29) 0 = ^ = ^.-M where ... well below

cyclotron resonance where the medium is essentially dispersive, for which case

the derivation applies) the

**Faraday rotation**is linear in the magnetic field. Also ...Page 318

2)

analogous manner for the indirect case yielding a theoretical result [27] (111.62)

6,=-K,' id co. In cO, + cO 2* In cO <□>:, the constant K , involving fundamental ...

2)

**Faraday rotation**for the indirect transition. - The theory can be carried out in ananalogous manner for the indirect case yielding a theoretical result [27] (111.62)

6,=-K,' id co. In cO, + cO 2* In cO <□>:, the constant K , involving fundamental ...

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(negative rotation). The rotation in p-type germanium which have been observed

[29] resemble the theoretical curves. 4)

development of the theory for the dispersion we can include relaxation terms to ...

(negative rotation). The rotation in p-type germanium which have been observed

[29] resemble the theoretical curves. 4)

**Faraday rotation**with losses. - In thedevelopment of the theory for the dispersion we can include relaxation terms to ...

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