## Introduction to Solid State Physics |

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Schematic arrangement for spin

placed in the static magnetic field H. of an electromagnet. An r-f magnetic field Hr

of fixed angular frequency w is applied perpendicular to the static field. The r—f ...

Schematic arrangement for spin

**resonance**absorption experiments. specimen isplaced in the static magnetic field H. of an electromagnet. An r-f magnetic field Hr

of fixed angular frequency w is applied perpendicular to the static field. The r—f ...

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CYCLOTRON

possible to determine experimentally the form of the energy surfaces of the

conduction and valence bands near the band edges; that is, the energy E(k) is ...

CYCLOTRON

**RESONANCE**EXPERIMENTS In several substances it has provedpossible to determine experimentally the form of the energy surfaces of the

conduction and valence bands near the band edges; that is, the energy E(k) is ...

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Thus, at cyclotron

we had taken circularly polarized radiation in place on plane-polarized radiation,

the ratio would have been unity. The factor one-half represents the selective ...

Thus, at cyclotron

**resonance**, the conductivity is one-half of the d-c conductivity. Ifwe had taken circularly polarized radiation in place on plane-polarized radiation,

the ratio would have been unity. The factor one-half represents the selective ...

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