Light Scattering Spectra of Solids: Proceedings of the International Conference on Light Scattering Spectra of Solids Held At: New York University, New York September 3, 4, 5, 6, 1968
George B. Wright
Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 1969 - Science - 763 pages
The International Conference on Light Scattering Spectra of Solids was held at New York University on September 3, 4, 5, 6, 1968. The Conference received financial support from the U. S. Army Research Office (Durham), The New York State Science and Technology Foundation, the U. S. Office of Naval Research, and The Graduate School of Arts and Sciences of New York University. Co-sponsoring the Conference was the International Union of Pure and Applied Physics. The initial conception for the Light Scattering Conference arose from informal discussions held by Professor Eli Burstein, Professor Marvin Silver (representing the U. S. Army Research Office) and Professor Joseph Birman, late in 1966. In early discussions a format was put forth for a meeting to be held the following year, re viewing the state of the art, and emphasizing novel developments which had 9ccurred since the 1965 International Colloquium on Scattering Spectra of Crystals held in Paris (proceedings published in Le Journal de Physique, Volume 26, November 1965).
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absorption acoustic approximation arsenic band atoms Brillouin Brillouin scattering Brillouin zone calculated coefficient components concentration contribution coupling curves density dielectric constant dispersion displacement electric field electron energy excitation exciton experimental F-center field induced fluctuations FREQUENCY SHIFT function GaAs Green's function Hamiltonian impurity incident and scattered infrared InSb interaction laser lattice light scattering linewidth longitudinal magnetic field magnon matrix elements measurements mixed crystals modes observed obtained optical phonons order Raman oscillator parameters peak phase phonon phonon frequencies Phys plasma polariton polarizability polarization radiation Raman active Raman effect Raman lines Raman scattering Raman spectra resonance room temperature S. P. S. Porto samples scattered light scattering efficiency scattering intensity selection rules semiconductors shown in Fig single particle solid spectrum symmetry tensor theoretical theory transition transverse unit cell velocity vibrational wave vector zero zincblende