Optical Properties of Ions in Solids
NATO Advanced Study Institute on Optical Properties of Ions in Solids, Erice, Italy, 1974, NATO Advanced Study Institute on Optical Properties of Ions in Solids
Springer US, 1975 - Science - 493 pages
These proceedings report the lectures and seminars presented at the NATO Advanced Study Institute on "Optical Properties of Ions in Solids," held at Erice, Italy, June 6-21, 1974. The Institute was the first activity of the International School of Atomic and Molecular Spectroscopy of the "Ettore Majorana" Centre for Scientific Culture. The Institute consisted of a series of lectures on optical properties of ions in solids that, starting at a fundamental level, finally reached the current level of research. The sequence of lectures and the organization of the material taught were in keeping with a didactical presentation. In essence the Institute had the two-fold purpose of organizing what was known on the subject, and updating the knowledge in the field. Fif'teen series of lectures for a total of 44 hours were given. Five one-hour seminars and five twenty-minute seminars were presented. A total of 57 participants came from 40 laboratories in the following countries: Belgium, Canada, France, Germany, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Netherlands; Polatid, Romania, Switzerland, the United Ki~gdom, and the United States. The secretaries of the Institute were: D. Pacheco for the scientific aspects and A. La Francesca for the administrative aspects of the meeting. These proceedings report the lectures, the one-hour seminars (abstracts only) and the twenty-minute- seminars (titles only). The proceedings report also the contributions sent by Prof. K. Rebane and Dr. L. A. Rebane who, unfortunately, were not able to come.
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absorption activator approximation assumed atoms band becomes calculation cell charge complex concentration configuration consider constant coordinate corresponding coupling crystal decay dependence determined diagram dipole direction discussed distribution effect electronic emission energy energy transfer equation example exchange excitation expression factor field Figure frequency function given gives ground Hamiltonian impurity increases intensity interaction interest involving ions lattice levels ligand limit luminescence magnetic matrix element mechanism metal modes molecular molecules no-phonon observed obtained occur operator optical orbital pairs perturbation phonon Phys polarization position possible present probability quantum quantum mechanical radiation rare representations resonant respectively result rotation rules scattering sensitizer shown sideband single solids solution spectra spectrum splitting structure symmetry temperature term theory tion transfer transition vector vibrational vibronic zone
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