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

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considered both theoretically and experimentally for two general classes of

problems: impurity levels and exciton transitions. Initial calculations of the effect

in ...

**Zeeman Effect**. 1. - Introduction. The**Zeeman effect**in semiconductors has beenconsidered both theoretically and experimentally for two general classes of

problems: impurity levels and exciton transitions. Initial calculations of the effect

in ...

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Early experiments on the

direct and indirect transitions in gemanium by the Lincoln group [12] and on

cuprous oxide by Gross and co-workers [13] in Eussia. The initial description of

the ...

Early experiments on the

**Zeeman effect**of excitons were performed both for thedirect and indirect transitions in gemanium by the Lincoln group [12] and on

cuprous oxide by Gross and co-workers [13] in Eussia. The initial description of

the ...

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Theory of exciton

mass equation is very similar to that of the hydrogen atom, except that the hole

and electron effective masses replace that of the proton and the free electron.

Theory of exciton

**Zeeman effect**. - For two simple parabolic bands the effectivemass equation is very similar to that of the hydrogen atom, except that the hole

and electron effective masses replace that of the proton and the free electron.

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