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

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The theory at this point concerned itself exclusively with the absorption

, since this gave an adequate treatment for the transmission experiments.

Recently, however, experiments on Faraday rotation [6] have been performed

and ...

The theory at this point concerned itself exclusively with the absorption

**coefficient**, since this gave an adequate treatment for the transmission experiments.

Recently, however, experiments on Faraday rotation [6] have been performed

and ...

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14) may be written in terms of the attenuation

gYv^ • This expression for the attenuation

transitions to bands where the effective mass is small but is questionable for

transitions to ...

14) may be written in terms of the attenuation

**coefficient**(111.15) 2a = 2 co fc = (gYv^ • This expression for the attenuation

**coefficient**holds quite well fortransitions to bands where the effective mass is small but is questionable for

transitions to ...

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If it is postulated that impurities can be absorbed on the solid at the interface, at a

concentration higher than is to be expected in the grown crystal on the basis of

the distribution

...

If it is postulated that impurities can be absorbed on the solid at the interface, at a

concentration higher than is to be expected in the grown crystal on the basis of

the distribution

**coefficient**, then this rapid lateral growth on the {111} facets could...

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