Magnetoreflection Studies of Graphite Intercalation Compounds
Magnetooptical techniques provide a powerful tool for the study of the electronic structure of many conducting materials. When a beam of incident photons of energy ħω excites resonant Landau level transitions, a direct determination of a Landau level separation is provided. For simple bands, the Landau level separation is inversely proportional to a cyclotron effective mass, which in general will be different for valence and conduction bands.
KeywordsFermi Level Landau Level Intercalation Compound Graphite Intercalation Compound Brillouin Zone Boundary
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