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119) where n 0 and │z│2 are the refractive index and the transition probability, respectively. 84). 122) π5ε5 As seen in the equation, the absorption line n = 1 is forbidden and the intensities for n≥2 are extremely weak. 22 Absorption spectra of excitons for allowed transition (a) and forbidden transition (b). Dashed lines show the absorption spectra without exciton effect. (See also K. 22b,11 respectively. 2 Excitons in the Indirect Transition The indirect transition by excitons is caused through the absorption and emission of phonons the same as the indirect interband transition.

55) n where Hmn shows the matrix element of the perturbation. 57) ( E − E0 ) ωm0 = m = ωm − ω0 . As a result, the transition moment under the first-order perturbation is given as am (t ) = − i ∫ t −∞ H m' 0 eiω m 0 t dt (m ≠ 0). 67) (ω m 0 − ω )2 sin 2 The integral over −∞∼+∞ for the equation is approximated as follows, because the value around ωm0 ≃ ω is dominant in the integral, and │Xm0│2 and ρ(Em) are nearly constant for such a narrow frequency region: 2 Am (t ) = 2π 2 X m 0 ρ( Em )t = 2 πt 2 2 X m 0 δ( Em 0 − ω ).

In such a case, as B(s)≠0 holds, the selection rule is dominated by ejα(sq) · πτk. When k∥q holds, (ejα(sq) · πτk) is zero for LO phonon and not zero for TO phonon. If we set q not parallel to k, the LO phonon also could be IR active. 148) Ω M M+ M− where ωjq = ω, ωk = ω, ρ, N, and M are the TO phonon frequency, the frequency of light, the density of the crystal, the number of unit cells, and the reduced mass of positive M+ and negative M– ions, respectively. 26 Infrared reflectance spectra showing reststrahlen bands of typical ionic crystals.

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