In this paper some significant aspects of the evolution of solid-state spectroscopy in Pavia are briefly reviewed in their basic lines starting from the '50s. As an example of historical trends and scientific developments, the authors describe and discuss two experiments on low-dimensional systems which, over a period of nearly three decades, represent a coherent approach to spectroscopic disciplines.
Optical properties and condensed-matter spectroscopy and other interactions of matter with particles and radiation
Optical properties of bulk materials
Optical properties of thin films, surfaces, and thin layer structures (including superlattices, heterostructures and intercalation compounds)
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