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

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recently at microwave

. In June 1961, Rauch [16] observed cyclotron resonance in the millimeter wave

region in diamond after six years of unsuccessful experiments on this material ...

recently at microwave

**frequencies**CdS [13], CdAs2 [14], ZnSb [15] and CdSb [15]. In June 1961, Rauch [16] observed cyclotron resonance in the millimeter wave

region in diamond after six years of unsuccessful experiments on this material ...

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The microwave power absorption P as a function of magnetic field, or of ojjai,

where co,, is the cyclotron

After B. Lax, H. J. Zeiger and R. X. Dexter: Physica, 20, 818 (1954).] bers of

collisions ...

The microwave power absorption P as a function of magnetic field, or of ojjai,

where co,, is the cyclotron

**frequency**. P„ is the absorption when H = 0 and 0i=0. [After B. Lax, H. J. Zeiger and R. X. Dexter: Physica, 20, 818 (1954).] bers of

collisions ...

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As the

case R -> 0. As can be seen from eq. (11.17), this occurs for 1 _ 1 = ^ so that one

obtains (11.22) comln = -r-co>— & co, (l + i-V For a relatively small further ...

As the

**frequency**is decreased from large co, a point is reached where for whichcase R -> 0. As can be seen from eq. (11.17), this occurs for 1 _ 1 = ^ so that one

obtains (11.22) comln = -r-co>— & co, (l + i-V For a relatively small further ...

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