Experimental verification of nodal surface number conservation rule in magneto-optical effects of hydrogenic exciton
The correspondence relationship between low and high field levels of a hydrogen atom has been examined through the analogy of the magneto-absorption spectra of the A-exciton in InSe up to the field of 39.5 T at 4.2 K. Our result shows that the nodal surface number conservation rule as proposed by Shinada et al. gives more appropriate criterion of correspondence than the noncrossing rule of Boyle and Howard.
KeywordsOscillator Strength Field Dependence Adiabatic Approximation Nodal Surface Magnetic Quantum Number
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