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

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The intraband effects are associated with the dispersive phenomena of free

carriers, usually in extrinsic material. In principle, one can ... Teitlek and Palik,

who first observed it in semiconductors, chose to call it the

effects ...

The intraband effects are associated with the dispersive phenomena of free

carriers, usually in extrinsic material. In principle, one can ... Teitlek and Palik,

who first observed it in semiconductors, chose to call it the

**Voigt effect**. Interbandeffects ...

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If the relative magnitudes of the two effects are compared by taking the ratio A/8/0

= cojw, it is seen that the

than the Faraday effect. Nevertheless it is still measurable; a typical value of ...

If the relative magnitudes of the two effects are compared by taking the ratio A/8/0

= cojw, it is seen that the

**Voigt effect**is one to two orders of magnitude smallerthan the Faraday effect. Nevertheless it is still measurable; a typical value of ...

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In an analogous manner we can derive similar expressions for the

phase shifts due to the direct forbidden and the indirect transitions. The phase

shift for the direct forbidden transition is quite complicated for the oscillatory case

...

In an analogous manner we can derive similar expressions for the

**Voigt**-**effects**phase shifts due to the direct forbidden and the indirect transitions. The phase

shift for the direct forbidden transition is quite complicated for the oscillatory case

...

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