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

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7) r* = — co3e/io + ico[i0a± . 2*3.

and the applied magnetic field is by convention chosen to be along the z-axis as

before.

7) r* = — co3e/io + ico[i0a± . 2*3.

**Transverse**propagation. - In the case of**transverse**propagation, V will be in the x-y plane since it is perpendicular to Hand the applied magnetic field is by convention chosen to be along the z-axis as

before.

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We now proceed to derive the indices of refraction n± for the case of longitudinal

propagation and n and n± for the two subcases of

medium with a free carrier concentration N per unit volume, since we shall need ...

We now proceed to derive the indices of refraction n± for the case of longitudinal

propagation and n and n± for the two subcases of

**transverse**propagation for amedium with a free carrier concentration N per unit volume, since we shall need ...

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corresponding to cut-off for the case of

index of refraction for this case is, from (11.20), 0>2(CO2 — coi— OJ*c) which

when set equal to zero gives the equation (11.26) col- (2«J + ft>*)co8 + cot = 0 ...

corresponding to cut-off for the case of

**transverse**propagation with Ej H. Theindex of refraction for this case is, from (11.20), 0>2(CO2 — coi— OJ*c) which

when set equal to zero gives the equation (11.26) col- (2«J + ft>*)co8 + cot = 0 ...

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