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Waveguide configuration optical spectroscopy

  • George Grüner
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Part of the Topics in Applied Physics book series (TAP, volume 74)

Keywords

Surface Impedance Skin Depth Optical Conductivity Charge Density Wave Spin Density Wave 
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List of Symbols

σ

Conductivity

σ1

Real part of the conductivity

σ2

Imaginary part of the conductivity

q,ω

Wavevector and frequency

E

Electric field

j

Electric current

ε

Dielectric constant

1

Real part of the dielectric constant

2

Imaginary part of the dielectric constant

δ0

Skin depth

δc1

Skin depth of cavity walls

c

Speed of light

D

Displacement vector

N=n+ik

Refractive index

Zs

Surface impedance

Rs

Surface resistance

Xs

Surface reactance

Z0

Impedance of free space

R

Reflectivity

A, Φ

Amplitude and phase of the electromagnetic wave

S

Scattering parameter

Q

Quality factor of cavity

W

Stored electromagnetic energy

S′

Absorbed electromagnetic energy

H

Magnetic field

B

Magnetic induction

μ0

Bohr magneton

λ

Wavelength of electromagnetic radiation

Φ

Complex phase=Φ+i log (A/20)

Y

Admittance

Q

Quality factor

f0

Resonant frequency (unperturbed)

fs

Resonant frequency (sample inserted)

Λ

Resonance width

ω*0

Complex resonance frequency of the cavity

U

Electromagnetic energy of cavity

g,ξ

Resonator constants

J

Bessel function

d

Diameter of circular cavity

h

Height of cavity

s′

Sensitivity

F

Source frequency

A(f0)

Transmitted power

V

Network voltage

I

Network current

R1,2

Reflection coefficients

T1,2

Transmission coefficients

X, Y

Arguments of Bessel functions

φm

Metallic shift

Δf′

Shift of resonant frequency relative to shift for infinite conductivity

Ns

Depolarization factor

σa, σb

Conductivities in different directions

γ

Specific heat

m*

Effective mass

mb

Bandmass

N

Number of electrons

kF

Fermi wavevector

Ξ

Susceptibility

τ

Relaxation time

τ*

Enhanced relaxation time

ωp

Plasma frequency

I1,2

Conductivity sum rule integral

Δ

Superconducting, or density wave gap

E, K

Elliptic integrals

kB

Bolzmann constant

λ0

Penetration depth

p1

Amplitude of charge density wave

φ

Phase of charge density wave

S1

Amplitude of spin density wave

λ′

Electron-phonon coupling constant

vF

Fermi velocity

q

Phason wavevector

Λ

Lagrangian

κ

Elastic constant of density waves

K

Restoring force

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