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Infrared and Millimeter Waves, Volume 12: Electromagnetic Waves in Matter, Part II compiles the work of several authors while focusing on certain aspects of infrared and millimeter waves, such as sources of radiation, instrumentation, and millimeter systems. This volume covers electromagnetic waves in matter. Consist of six chapters, this book deals first with the millimeter-wave dielectric properties of materials, and then discusses low-frequency vibrations in long-chain molecules and polymers by far-infrared spectroscopy. The third chapter covers infrared magnetooptical spectroscopy in semiconductors and magnetic materials in high pulsed magnetic fields. Chapter 4 discusses spectral thermal infrared emission of the terrestrial atmosphere. Chapter 5 investigates frequency tuning and efficiency enhancement of high-power far-infrared lasers, while the last chapter discusses far-infrared laser scanner for high-voltage cable inspection. This book will be of great use to researchers or professionals whose work involves infrared and millimeter waves.
List of Contributors
Contents of Other Volumes
Chapter 1 Millimeter-Wave Dielectric Properties of Materials
II. Electromagnetic Quantities
III. Definition of a Low-Loss Material
IV. Measurement Methods
Appendix: Compendium of Data
Chapter 2 Low-Frequency Vibrations in Long-Chain Molecules and Polymers by Far-Infrared Spectroscopy
VII. Conducting Polymers
VIII. Other Polymers of Interest
Chapter 3 Infrared Magnetooptical Spectroscopy in Semiconductors and Magnetic Materials in High Pulsed Magnetic Fields
II. Experimental Techniques
III. Cyclotron Resonance and Electron Spin Resonance in Ultrahigh Magnetic Fields
IV. Far-Infrared Magnetooptical Spectroscopy in Semimetals
V. Faraday Rotation and Spin-Flip Transition in Magnetic Substances
Chapter 4 Spectral Thermal Infrared Emission of the Terrestrial Atmosphere
II. The LOWTRAN Model
III. Water-Vapor Continuum Absorption
IV. Experimental Setup
V. Experimental Results
VI. Interpretation of the Water-Vapor Continuum
Chapter 5 Frequency Tuning and Efficiency Enhancement of High-Power Far-Infrared Lasers
II. Tunable Raman Laser Theory
III. Tunable Raman Laser Experiment
IV. Efficiency Enhancement of Far-Infrared Lasers
Chapter 6 Far-Infrared Laser Scanner for High-Voltage Cable Inspection
II. System Requirements and Performance Estimates
III. Component Development
Appendix: Mie Scattering from Voids
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- © Academic Press 1984
- 4th December 1984
- Academic Press
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