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Hole Centers in Halide Lattices

  • M. N. Kabler

Abstract

Irradiation of ionic crystals can produce a large variety of stable defects involving both charge separation and ionic displacement. Some of the resulting electronic energy levels fall within the band gap and are thus accessible to spectroscopic investigation wherever the crystal is transparent. It is convenient to classify a given defect or color center according to whether its character is primarily that of a trapped electron or a trapped hole. In the former case, the behavior of the center is conditioned primarily by the existence of an occupied level lying within the band gap, a donor level in semiconductor terminology. In the case of a hole center, the concern of the present chapter, the behavior is dominated by an unoccupied level in the gap, an acceptor level.

Keywords

Hyperfine Interaction Color Center Hole Center Alkali Halide Internuclear Separation 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • M. N. Kabler
    • 1
  1. 1.Solid State DivisionNaval Research LaboratoryUSA

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