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Knox R.S. — Theory of Excitons
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Название: Theory of Excitons

Автор: Knox R.S.

Язык: en

Рубрика: Физика/

Статус предметного указателя: Готов указатель с номерами страниц

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Год издания: 1964

Количество страниц: 207

Добавлена в каталог: 23.03.2008

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Abramson, E.      170 178
Absorption coefficient, definition of      105
Absorption coefficient, energy dependence of      144—163
Absorption coefficient, in exciton continuum      123 161—162
Absorption coefficient, integrated, definition of      116
Absorption coefficient, measurement of      111
Absorption coefficient, on Lorentz model      107
Absorption coefficient, semiclassical expression for      116
Absorption edge, shape in presence of exciton and magnetic field effects      127—128
Absorption of light, physical basis of      122 133—134 136—137 145—146
Adams, E.N.      81
Agekyan, V.T.      86
Agranovich, V.M.      119 134(206) 135(206) 140 144(247) 152 157 165 174(247 265)
Alkali azides, exciton levels in      58
Alkali halides      see also “Individual solids”
Alkali halides, band structure of      71—72 74
Alkali halides, doublet intensities in      130
Alkali halides, exciton levels in      63
Alkali halides, exciton mean free paths in      148 174 175
Alkali halides, photoconductivity in      180
Alkali halides, photoemission from      176
Alkali halides, transport of energy by excitons in      186—187
Allen, J.W.      79
Alpha band      183
Anderson, P.W.      100
Anomalous waves      see “Spatial dispersion”
Ansel’m, A.I.      137 143 144(242 243) 148(242 243)
Anthracene, Davydov splitting in      32
Anthracene, exciton diffusion length in      182 188
Anthracene, exciton mean free path in      174
Anthracene, photoconductivity in      178
Anthracene, spatial dispersion in      167
Aoyagi, K.      180
Apfel, J.H.      176
Apker, L.      176 179 186
Arakian, P.      170 178
Argon, solid, absorption line in      34
Argon, solid, exciton band structure of      35
Argon, solid, Frenkel excitons in      33—37
Asymmetry, in absorption lines, causes of      152
Baldini, G.      33 34(64) 70 122(64) 130(64) 192(64)
Balkanski, M.      47 90 99
Bardasis, A.      5 100
Bardeen, J.      100 123 142 144 148 161(213) 174(254)
Barium oxide, photoemission from      176 177
Barriol, J.      52
Bassani, F.      73 183
Baumeister, P.W.      3 52 122(80)
Benzene, Davydov splitting in      32
Beta band      183
Biellman, J.      57 130
Biem, W.      149
Bierman, A.      172
Blakney, R.M.      175
Blatt, F.      123 161(213)
Blatt, J.M.      91
Bloch representation, of excited states of a crystal      14—15
Bloch representation, of one-electron states      10
Boer, K.N.      91
Bogoliubov, N.N.      100
Bonch-Bmevich, V.L.      27
Born, M.      25 27 28 64 107 109(193) 110(50) 137
Bose — Einstein condensation of excitons      90—91 134
Bouckaert, L.P.      27 29
Bound exciton      see “Trapped exciton”
Bradburn, M.      25 28
Brandt, W.      91
Braunstein, R.      136
Brillouin, L.      105 106(192)
Brodin, M.S.      130 167 168
Broude, V.L.      32
Brout, R.      147
Brown, F.C      58 161 163(100)
Brueckner, K.A.      95 97(174)
Bulyanitsa, D.S.      86
Burckel, J.      57
Busch, G.      184
Button, K.      82
Cadmium selenide, exciton levels in      58
Cadmium selenide, strain effects in      87
Cadmium selenide, Zeeman effect in      82
Cadmium sulfide, band structure of      55
Cadmium sulfide, edge emission from      189
Cadmium sulfide, energy transport in      187
Cadmium sulfide, exciton levels in      55—57
Cadmium sulfide, field ionization of excitons in      79
Cadmium sulfide, indirect transitions in      163
Cadmium sulfide, longitudinal excitons in      28 57
Cadmium sulfide, magnetic effects on intensities in      124—126
Cadmium sulfide, magnetostark effect in      85—86
Cadmium sulfide, photoconductivity in      78
Cadmium sulfide, Stark effect in      78
Cadmium sulfide, Urbach’s rule in      155
Cadmium sulfide, Zeeman effect in      82
Cadmium telluride, strain effects in      87
Carbon monoxide, solid, Davydov splitting in      32
Cardona, M.      85
Cario, G.      171 182(306)
Caris, J.C.      170 178
Casella, R.C.      91
Cauchois, Y.      101
Central-cell corrections      see “Wannier exciton first-order
Chadderton, L.T.      87
Cherepanov, V.I.      115 124
Choi, S.      170 178
Choyke, W.      58 163(99) 189
Clark, C.D.      163
Coelho, R.      130
Cohen, M.H.      25 29
Condon, E.U.      62 134 135(236)
Cooper, L.N.      100
Copper halides, exciton levels in      130
Craig, D.P.      32
Crystal Hamiltonian      see “Hamiltonian”
Cuprous oxide, absorption spectrum of      3
Cuprous oxide, asymmetry of n = 2 line in      152
Cuprous oxide, band structure of      54
Cuprous oxide, exciton levels in      52—55 130
Cuprous oxide, field ionization of excitons in      77 79
Cuprous oxide, first-order exciton energies in      45
Cuprous oxide, magnetic effects in      82
Cuprous oxide, photoconductivity in      176
Cuprous oxide, quadrupolar transitions in      124
Cuprous oxide, spatial dispersion in      167 168
Cuprous oxide, Stark effect in      77
Cuprous oxide, strain effects in      86—87
Cuprous oxide, temperature dependence of band gap in      154
Davydov splitting      29—33
Davydov splitting, definition      32
Davydov splitting, observation of      32
Davydov, A.S.      4 29 141 149 165
Davydov, V.I.      144
De Boer, J.      64
Deb, S.K.      58
Deformation potential theory, matrix elements in      142
Delbecq, C.J.      183 187
Demidenko, A.A.      25
Des Cloizeaux, J.      47
Detectors, of excitons      185
Devyatkova, E.D.      184
Dexter, D.L.      4 21 22(40 41) 33(41) 67 68(123) 70(123) 73(123) 90(40) 112 118 128(10 123) 129(10) 131 134 135(235) 155 156 171 175 179 182(306) 186 189
Diamond, indirect transitions in      163
Dianov-Klokov, V.L      135
Dieke, G.H.      134
Dielectric constant, choice of, in Wannier theory      49—52
Dielectric constant, complex      104
Dielectric constant, on Lorentz model      107
Dietz, R.E.      58
Diffusion of excitons      171
Dimmock, J.O.      44 58 82
Dipole lattice sums      25 29
Direct transitions, theory of      112—134
Dislocations, effect of, on absorption edge      175
Dislocations, scattering of excitons by      175
Dissociation of excitons      see also “Photoconductivity”
Dissociation of excitons by collisions between excitons      178
Dissociation of excitons by phonons      177
Dissociation of excitons by static imperfections      178—180
Dissociation of excitons, mechanisms of      170—171 177—181
Doublet splitting      see “Spin-orbit interaction”
Dresselhaus, G.      5 42 46 119
Dressier, K.      5 32 33(22)
Druzhinin, V.V.      124
Dutton, D.B.      55 56 63 66(109) 69(109) 72 111 130(109) 155(86) 180(109)
Dykman, I.M.      64 66 129(119) 181 182
Eby, J.E.      63 66(109) 69(109) 72 111 130(109) 180(109) 187
Edge emission      189
Edwards, D.F.      82 83 128(149)
Effective mass, of Frenkel exciton      28 35
Effective mass, of Wannier exciton      38 85 148
Ehrenreich, H.      130
El Komoss, S.G.      129 130
El-Sayed, M.A.      188
Electric field effects      see also “Individual solids”
Electric field effects, ionizing      79
Electric field effects, on diffusion of excitons      172
Electric field effects, Stark effect in hydrogen      78
Electric field effects, theory of      74—79
Electron-transfer model of the exciton      61—67 70—74
Electron-transfer model of the exciton, connection with the Wannier model      65
Electronic polaron      92
Elliott, R.J.      5 45 53 79 81 87(70) 119 123(21) 124(70) 126 127 147 152 158(21)
emission      see “Radiative decay”
Energy transport      see “Transport of energy by excitons”
Englert, F.      50 96
Excitation model of the exciton      67—74
Excitation model of the exciton, connection with the Wannier model      67—68
Exciton representation      17—20
Exciton rydberg, definition of      39
Exciton rydberg, definition of, experimental determination of      51 52—58
Exciton rydberg, definition of, size of, relative to band gap      100
Exciton-phonon interaction      see also “Specific exciton models”
Exciton-phonon interaction, general theory of      137—140
Exciton-photon interaction      131—132 (see also “Specific exciton models in second quantization”)
Exciton-photon interaction, semiclassical theory of      113—117
Extinction coefficient, definition of      104
F centers, ionization of, by excitons      179
Factor group splitting      see “Davydov splitting”
Fan, H.Y.      58
Fano, U.      27 108 164
Ferguson, J.N.      180
Field ionization      see “Electric field effects”
Firsov, Yu.A.      137 143 144(242 243) 148(242 243)
Fischer, F.      66 70 72 73
Flood, W.F.      190
Foerster, T.      171 182(306)
Fox, D.      25(44)
Franck, J.      62 169 171 182(306)
Franz, W.      157
Frenkel exciton      21—37
Frenkel exciton, eigenvalues and eigenfunctions      21—24
Frenkel exciton, phonon interaction with      140—141
Frenkel exciton, photon interaction with      118—119
Frenkel, J.      1 21 22 144 169 171(4) 181
Friedel, J.      98
Frohlich, H.      93 142
Fuchs, R.      183
g-value, exciton      83
Galischev, V.S.      115 124
Gallium antimonide, exciton levels in      58
Gallium arsenide, energy transport in      187
Gallium arsenide, exciton levels in      58
Genkin, G.M.      148
Germanium, band gaps in      83—85
Germanium, direct transitions in      178
Germanium, exciton levels in      58 162
Germanium, exciton lifetime in      149
Germanium, exciton mean free paths in      148
Germanium, indirect transitions in      162
Germanium, magnetic effects in      82—85
Germanium, strain effects in      87
Gilleo, M.A.      155 158(278)
Ginzburg, V.L.      165 168
Givens, M.P.      63 130(110) 135
Gold, A.      34 148 174(262)
Goldstone, J.      95 97(174)
Goodman, B.      66 90 170(121) 177
Gorban’, I.S.      162 167
Goto, F.      70
Gribnikov, E.S.      172
Griffith, H.O.      33
Gross, E.F.      5 28 52 53 55 56(53) 58 74(53 132) 77 79 82 83 86 121(209) 124 126(53) 130(16) 169 176 189
Grun, J.B.      122 130 162
Gurney, R.W.      64
Guseva, G.I.      99
Haga, E.      141
Haken, H.      6 50 53 93 94 154 172 173
Hall, L.H.      123 161(213)
Hamiltonian, crystal      7—8 137 139
Hamiltonian, crystal, in presence of electric field      74 77
Hamiltonian, crystal, in presence of electromagnetic field      113
Hamiltonian, crystal, in presence of magnetic field      80—83
Hamiltonian, effective, for electron-hole pair      37 51 91—97
Hamiltonian, of excess charge in crystal      92
Hamiltonian, of idealized model of an insulator      9
Hamiltonian, phonon      138
Harbeke, G.      85
Hartman, P.L.      33 63 66(109) 69(109) 73(109) 130(109) 180
Haupt, U.      155
Hayashi, M.      52
Haynes, J.R.      172 182(309) 190
Hebb, M.H.      179
Heller, W.R.      21 22 27 35(39) 90(40) 92 141(39) 179 186
Hensley, E.B.      130
Herring, C.      183
Herzfeld, K.F.      4
Hilsch, R.      4 62 66(6 118) 70 72 73
Hirai, M.      182 186
Hobbins, P.C.      32
Hochstrasser, R.M.      189
Hoffman, R.      119
Hofstadter, R.      190
Hopfield, J.J.      27 28(49 53) 47 55 56(53) 58 74(53) 77 78 79(53 89) 82 83 84 86 121(209) 124(53) 126 131 152 157 163(88) 168 172 180 182 189
Horie, C.      98 99
Hrivnak, L.      51 175
Huang, K.      27 107 109(193) 110 137
Hubbard, J.      108
Hydrogenic exciton      see “Wannier exciton”
Ikezawa, M.      186
Imai, I.      57 155(91)
Inchauspe, N.      70 72(128) 130(128) 183
Index of refraction, complex      104
Index of refraction, of “anomalous waves”      164 166
Index of refraction, real part of, equations determining      163
Indirect transitions      147 158—163
Indirect transitions, in emission      190
Indirect transitions, transition probabilities for      159 161—162
Indium antimonide, thermal conductivity of      184
Intermediate-radius excitons, eigenfunctions and eigenvalues      60—61
Intermediate-radius excitons, photon interaction with      128—130
Izuyama, T.      90 100
Jahoda, F.C.      112
Jakobsen, M.A.      55
Jarnagin, R.C.      178
Johansson, P.      101
Johnson, E.J.      58
Jossem, E.L.      101
Kachlivskii, Z.S.      174
Kaifu, Y.      186
Kallman, H.      176
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