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Optical Absorption and Reflection

  • Karlheinz Seeger
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Abstract

The propagation of electromagnetic radiation through a semiconductor depends, in general, on temperature and external pressure and can be modified by electric and magnetic fields. Measurements of these effects provide very useful information about band structure and energy levels in semiconductors. For numerical purposes it may be worth noting that a quantum energy ħω of 1 eV is equivalent to a wave number v of 8060 cm−1 and to a wavelength λ of 1.24 μm. A frequency of 1 THz corresponds to a wavelength of 299.8 μm [11.1].

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Conduction Band Optical Absorption Effective Mass Cyclotron Resonance Static Magnetic Field 
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