## Brillouin scattering in pure and mixed cubic crystals |

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Two coordinate systems were used, one of them being a fixed (x,y, z) system in

which the incident and scattered photon directions were

system describing the crystal axes, the [100], [010], and [001] directions.

Two coordinate systems were used, one of them being a fixed (x,y, z) system in

which the incident and scattered photon directions were

**defined**, and the other asystem describing the crystal axes, the [100], [010], and [001] directions.

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Ferdinand Nicholas Cirillo. An inspection of the unit polarization vectors shows

that Eq. (2-5)

independent i * (2) of the angle f . The wave

longitudinal ...

Ferdinand Nicholas Cirillo. An inspection of the unit polarization vectors shows

that Eq. (2-5)

**defines**a pure transverse wave whose velocity is a constant,independent i * (2) of the angle f . The wave

**defined**by IT is almost a purelylongitudinal ...

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In a Coulomb or Radiation gauge where V. A=0, P. A=A. P. Before the electron-

radiation-lattice Hamiltonian can be developed, it is necessary to

radiation field. III - 2 The Radiation Field The classical radiation field can be

expressed ...

In a Coulomb or Radiation gauge where V. A=0, P. A=A. P. Before the electron-

radiation-lattice Hamiltonian can be developed, it is necessary to

**define**theradiation field. III - 2 The Radiation Field The classical radiation field can be

expressed ...

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