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Absorption edge of CdSb

Abstract

Measurements of the absorption of CdSb near the absorption edge at temperatures of 300°, 200°, 80° and 15°K were carried out. The structure of the absorption edge was interpreted by means of indirect allowed transitions.

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Závětová, M. Absorption edge of CdSb. Czech J Phys 14, 615–621 (1964). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF01688606

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Keywords

  • Absorption Edge
  • Allowed Transition
  • CdSb
  • Indirect Allowed Transition