Electronic transport theories from weakly to strongly by Navinder Singh

By Navinder Singh

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C ∂t ǫ ∂E 4π ∇×H= + σE. H = 0. 24) Here µ, σ, and ǫ is the permeability, the conductivity, and the dielectric function of a material. 26) In experiments the optical properties are generally measured using plane polarized monochromatic light. r − ωt)] = E0 exp [i(qz − ωt)] . , in the direction of the wave vector q which is along the direction of the z−axis (say). Let the z−axis be perpendicular to the plane surface of the material from which the reflection is measured (this surface of the material is in the xy−plane).

03 is very weak. Thus, at low fre- quencies, insulators are bad reflectors (compare this with the Hagen-Rubens regime of metals). The absorption coefficient is α= 2kω ≃ 0. 73) 28 Electronic Transport Theories Thus, small absorption coefficient and weak reflectance implies that the insulators in this regime are good transmitters. In other words, they are transparent to low frequency radiation, consider for example, crystals of N aCl (ordinary salt crystals) or KCl crystals or ordinary silica glass, etc.

Case III: High frequency regime: When ω0 << ω Again in the leading order, the dielectric function will be: ǫ1 ≃ 1(in the next order it is 1 − ωp2 ), ω2 ǫ2 ≃ ( ωp 2 Γ ) << 1. 76) ǫ1 again dominates in this regime. As n ≃ 1 and k ≃ 0, the reflectivity is again very weak R ≃ 0. And the absorption coefficient which is proportional to k is also negligible. Thus, the insulator again turns transparent (called UV transparency like in metals) and is not dissipating. 2). 2: Reflectance and absorption coefficient for simple insulators that obey the Lorentz model.

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