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Optical interactions in solids

Author: Baldassare Di Bartolo
Publisher: New Jersey : World Scientific, ©2010.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 2nd edView all editions and formats
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Presents a treatment of the basic principles of the optical properties of solids. This title provides a theoretical background to workers in the field of laser physics and absorption and fluorescence  Read more...

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Genre/Form: 0 Gesamtdarstellung
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Baldassare Di Bartolo
ISBN: 9789814295741 9814295744
OCLC Number: 620364976
Description: xvii, 612 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Contents: Machine generated contents note: 1. Elements of Quantum Mechanics --
1. Review of Classical Mechanics --
2. Vector Spaces and Linear Operators --
3. Basic Postulates of Quantum Mechanics --
4. Compatible Observables and Complete Set of Commuting Operators --
5. Form of the Operators --
6. Matrix Formalism and Transformation Theory --
7. General Theory of Angular Momentum --
8. Time-Independent Perturbation Theory --
9. Time-Dependent Perturbation Theory --
References --
2. Elements of Group Theory --
1. Properties of a Group --
2. Classes --
3. Theory of Representations --
4. Schur's Lemma and Orthogonality Relations --
5. Characters of a Group --
6. Properties of the Irreducible Representations of a Group --
7. Direct Product Representation --
8. Product Groups and their Representations --
9. Summary of Rules --
10. Groups of Real Orthogonal Matrices --
11. Space Groups and Symmetry of Crystalline Solids --
12. Irreducible Representations of a Group of Primitive Translations --
13. Irreducible Representations of Space Groups --
References --
3. Connection of Quantum Mechanics with Group Theory --
1. Effect of an Orthogonal Coordinate Transformation on the Vectors of a Hilbert Space --
2. Symmetry Group of the Schrodinger Equation --
3. Fundamental Theorem for Functions and Operators Transforming Irreducible --
4. Construction of Functions Transforming Irreducibly --
5. Full Rotational Group and the Quantum Theory of Angular Momentum --
6. Spin of the Electron and the Double Valued Representations --
7. Kramers' Degeneracy --
8. Symmetric Group of the Hamiltonian and the Pauli Principle --
References --
4. Hydrogen Atom --
1. Unperturbed Hamiltonian --
2. Spin-Orbit Interaction --
3. Zeeman Interaction --
4. Group Theoretical Considerations for the H Atom --
References --
5. Complex Atom: Multiplet Theory --
1. Helium Atom --
2. Many Electron Atom --
3. Group Theoretical Considerations for a Complex Atom --
4. Energies of Spectral Terms --
5. Hund's Rules and the Principle of Equivalence of Electrons and Holes --
6. Spin-Orbit Splitting of Terms --
7. Example of Spin-Orbit and Zeeman Splitting --
References --
6. Magnetic Ion in a Crystal: The Role of Symmetry --
1. Bonding in Crystals --
2. Ionic Bond in Crystals --
3. Electronic Configurations and Properties of Magnetic Ions --
4. Crystalline Field Hypothesis --
References --
7. Weak Field Scheme --
1. Hamiltonian of the Free Ion --
2. Crystal Field Perturbation --
3. Application of the Weak Field Scheme --
4. Splittings of J Levels in Fields of Different Symmetries --
References --
8. Medium Field Scheme --
1. Hamiltonian of the Free Ion --
2. Crystal Field Perturbation --
3. Spin-Orbit Interaction --
4. Application of the Medium Field Scheme --
5. Method of Operator Equivalents: The Splitting of Transition Metal Ions Levels in an Octahedral Crystal Field --
References --
9. Strong Field Scheme --
1. Unperturbed Hamiltonian --
2. Crystal Field Perturbation --
3. Electrostatic Interaction --
4. Spin-Orbit Interaction --
10. Covalent Bonding and its Effect on Magnetic Ions in Crystals --
1. Relevance of Covalent Bonding --
2. Formation of Molecular Orbitals --
3. Example of Molecular Orbitals Formation --
4. Use of Projection Operators in the Construction of Molecular Orbitals --
5. Formation of Hybrids --
6. Hybrids of the Central Ion in a Tetrahedral Complex AB4 --
7. Hybrids of the Central Ion in an Octahedral Complex AB6 --
8. Combinations of Ligand Orbitals in an ABn Complex --
9. Energy Levels of an ABn Complex --
References --
11. Quantum Theory of the Radiation Field --
1. Classical Electromagnetic Field --
2. Quantum Theory of the Electromagnetic Field --
12. MOlecular Vibrations --
1. Classical Theory of Molecular Vibrations --
2. Symmetry of the Molecules and the Normal Coordinates --
3. How to Find the Normal Modes of Vibration --
4. Use of Symmetry Coordinates --
5. Quantum Theory of Molecular Vibrations --
6. Selection Rules for Infrared and Raman Transitions, The Fermi Resonance --
7. Normal Modes and the Symmetry Coordinates of a Tetrahedral Complex AB4 --
8. Normal Modes and the Symmetry Coordinates of an Octahedral Complex AB6 --
References --
13. Lattice Vibrations --
1. Geometry of Crystalline Solids --
2. Lattice Vibrations of an Infinite Crystal with One Atom Per Unit Cell --
3. Lattice Vibrations of a Finite Crystal with One Atom Per Unit Cell --
4. Lattice Vibrations of a Crystal with More Than One Atom Per Unit Cell --
5. Thermodynamics of Phonons --
6. Phonons and Photons. Similarities and Differences --
References --
14. Ion-Photon Interaction: Absorption and Emission of Radiation --
1. Ion-Radiation Interaction --
2. Expansion of the Interaction Hamiltonian: Different Types of Radiation --
3. Density of Final States --
4. Transition Probability Per Unit Time --
5. Dipole Radiation --
6. Selection Rules for Radiative Transitions --
7. About the Intensities of Radiative Transitions --
8. Static Effects of the Interaction Between an Atomic System and the Electromagnetic Field --
References --
15. Judd-Ofelt Theory --
1. Motivation --
2. General Considerations --
3. Theory --
4. Applications --
References --
16. Ion-Vibration Interaction. Radiationless Processes, Thermal Shift, and Broadening of Sharp Lines --
1. Ion-Vibration Interaction --
2. Radiationless Processes in Crystals --
3. Different Types of Line Broadening Mechanisms: Lorentzian and Gaussian Line Shapes --
4. Theory of Thermal Broadening of Sharp Lines --
5. Theory of Thermal Line Shift --
References --
17. Vibrational-Electronic Interaction and Spectra --
1. Introduction --
2. Ion-Vibration Interaction in Molecular Complexes --
3. Vibronic Spectra of Molecular Complexes --
4. Space Groups and Lattice Vibrations --
5. Lattice Absorption in Perfect crystals --
6. Phonon Activation Due to Impurity Ions in Perfect Crystals --
7. Selection Rules for Vibronic Transitions Due to Magnetic Impurities in Crystals --
References --
18. Energy Transfer Among Ions in Solids --
1. Quantum-Mechanical Treatment of the Interactions Among Atoms --
2. Different Types of Interactions --
3. Modes of Excitation and Transfer --
4. Energy Transfer with No Migration of Excitation Among Donors --
5. Energy Transfer with Migration of Excitation Among Donors --
References --
19. Absorption Spectra of Magnetic Ions in Crystals --
1. A and B Coefficients as Related to Magnetic Ions in Crystals --
2. General Properties of Absorption Spectra --
3. Absorption Spectra of Magnetic Ions in Crystals --
4. Effects of Temperature on Absorption Spectra --
5. Excited State Absorption --
References --
20. Fluorescence Spectra of Magnetic Ions in Crystals --
1. Fluorescence Emission of Magnetic Ions Under Continuous Excitation --
2. Response of Fluorescent Systems to Transient Excitation --
3. General Properties of the Fluorescence Decays in a Multilevel System --
4. Interactions of Magnetic Ions and Their Effects on the Fluorescence Output --
5. Factors Affecting the Fluorescence Emission --
6. Fluorescence of Magnetic Ions in Crystals --
References --
21. Elements of Laser Theory --
1. Laser Conditions --
2. Examples of Ionic Solid State Lasers --
References.
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