Theory of Polarized Resonant Secondary Radiation of Impurity Centers Including the Jahn-Teller Effect
A consistent theory of polarized light emission including relaxation processes should examine the whole process of the transformation of an exciting photon into an emitted photon. For such a treatment, not only luminescence but also all other kinds of secondary radiation, i.e. Rayleigh and Raman scattering, hot luminescence, and interference processes must be considered. The principles of such a two-photon theory of polarization are formulated, using as a basis the theory of resonant secondary radiation, and taking into account the influence of the Jahn-Teller effect on the integral polarization characteristics. Furthermore the influence of the same effect on the spectral dependence of these characteristics is discussed.
KeywordsExcited Electronic State Vibrational Relaxation Secondary Radiation Vibronic Coupling Feynman Formula
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