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Author Bhagavantam, S.
Source IACS Kolkata
Content type Text
Publisher Indian Association for the Cultivation of Science
File Format PDF
Language English
Subject Domain (in DDC) Natural sciences & mathematics ♦ Physics
Subject Keyword Raman effect ♦ Light Scattering ♦ Amorphous Solids.
Abstract The paper describe the results of a study of the Raman effect in tensamples of optical glasses. The crown glasses show the phenomenon muchfeabler than the flints, a result analogous to that obtained in tbe experimentson classical scattering. Beside other weak bands, there are two prominentones corresponding to about 500 and 1080 wave numbers which appear inpractically all the samplea. In those having lower refractive index, theformer of these two is more intense, With increasing refraction, the lattergains in intensity over the former and becomes more prominent. T heband at 1080 is represented by a prominent band extending from 8.5 toIOm7pin the infra-red almorption.
ISSN 09731458
Education Level UG and PG
Learning Resource Type Article
Journal Indian J Phys
Volume Number 6
Starting Page 1