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New PDF release: Electrodynamics of Solids: Optical Properties of Electrons

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By Martin Dressel

ISBN-10: 0511014392

ISBN-13: 9780511014390

ISBN-10: 0521592534

ISBN-13: 9780521592536

ISBN-10: 0521597269

ISBN-13: 9780521597265

During this booklet the authors completely speak about the optical homes of solids, with a spotlight on electron states and their reaction to electrodynamic fields. Their assessment of the propagation of electromagnetic fields and their interplay with condensed subject is by means of a dialogue of the optical houses of metals, semiconductors, and superconductors. Theoretical suggestions, size suggestions and experimental effects are lined in 3 interrelated sections. the quantity is meant to be used via graduate scholars and researchers within the fields of condensed topic physics, fabrics technological know-how, and optical engineering.

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At high frequencies σ2 has to be large in order to obtain 1 = 1 in the case of a vacuum. 2. In the general case of an anisotropic medium, the material parameters 1 , µ1 , and σ1 may be direction dependent and have to be represented as tensors, leading to the fact that the displacement field does not point in the same direction as the electric field. 6 The dielectric properties ˆ can also depend on external magnetic fields [Lan84, Rik96], and of course the polarization can change due to an applied magnetic field (Faraday effect, Kerr effect); we will not consider these magneto-optical phenomena.

11) and we define5 the relation between the complex conductivity and the complex dielectric constant as 4πi ˆ =1+ σˆ . 12) ω Besides the interchange of real and imaginary parts in the conductivity and dielectric constant, the division by ω becomes important in the limits ω → 0 and ω → ∞ to avoid diverging functions. Although we regard the material parameters 1 and σ1 as the two fundamental components of the response to electrodynamic fields, in subsequent sections we will use a complex response function, in most cases the conductivity σˆ , when the optical properties of solids are discussed.

21) for oblique incidence; this parameter is always smaller than unity. g. 001 for angles of incidence as large as 10◦ . 23) where Jˆ(z) is the spatially dependent current per unit area which decays exponentially with increasing distance from the surface z. The electric field Eˆ z=+0 refers to the transmitted wave at the interface upon entering the material. 23). The surface impedance only depends on the optical properties of the material beyond z; hence Zˆ S is defined at any point in a material, as long as it extends to infinity.

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