APPARATUS FOR MEASUREMENT OF TRANSPORT PROPERTIES OF PHOTOCARRIERS IN INSULATING CRYSTALS.
ILLINOIS UNIV URBANA DEPT OF PHYSICS
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In this paper the authors discuss apparatus suitable for detailed study of photoconductivity in wide band gap insulating crystals such as the alkali and silver halides. The sensitivity and accuracy of measurement possible with this apparatus exceeds that of previous designs by two orders of magnitude. The apparatus has been used for several months in a study of the transport properties of alkali, silver and thallium halides. New results have been obtained such as the observation of cyclotron resonance and of spin-polarized scattering. Author
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