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Optical Properties of the Monovalent Metals The color of a metal is determined by

the

strongly than others. The very different colors of copper, gold, and aluminum ...

Optical Properties of the Monovalent Metals The color of a metal is determined by

the

**frequency**dependence of its reflectivity: Some**frequencies**are reflected morestrongly than others. The very different colors of copper, gold, and aluminum ...

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However, for our purposes the most important feature of the result is that if co is

small compared with «0, the polarizability will be independent of

equal to its static value: .. Zte2 mco02 (27.44) We would expect co0, the

However, for our purposes the most important feature of the result is that if co is

small compared with «0, the polarizability will be independent of

**frequency**andequal to its static value: .. Zte2 mco02 (27.44) We would expect co0, the

**frequency**...Page 550

When (27.61) is replaced by the more general (27.72), the conclusion (27.66)

that the transverse optical mode

x must be replaced by the more general result (Eq. (1.34)) that transverse fields ...

When (27.61) is replaced by the more general (27.72), the conclusion (27.66)

that the transverse optical mode

**frequency**is determined by the condition e(oj) =x must be replaced by the more general result (Eq. (1.34)) that transverse fields ...

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### Contents

The Dmle Theory of Metals | 1 |

The Sommerfeld Theory of Metals | 29 |

Failures of the Free Electron Model | 57 |

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