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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). 27) ω is the frequency and q is the wave vector of the electric field.

1: Reflectance and absorption coefficient for simple metals that obey the Drude model τ is the Drude scattering rate and ωp = Case I: ω << 1 τ << ωp Case II: 1 τ 4πne2 m << ω << ωp is the plasma frequency. 4 α(ω) ∼ 1 ω2 UV transparent The Lorentz model for simple insulators We have considered the Drude model which is applicable to metals (in which free conduction electrons scatter off the localized ion cores). In an insulator we do not have free conduction electrons, instead the electrons are bounded to their parent atoms.

Define the transmitted, reflected, and incident electric field as Et , Er , and Ei , respectively. Similarly define the above components for the magnetic field. From the boundary conditions: Ei + Er = Et . 37) Hi − Hr = Ht . 38) 20 Electronic Transport Theories Remember that all the components of the electric and magnetic fields are perpendicular to the z−axis (the direction of propagation) and are in a plane which is parallel to the plane surface of the material (on which the reflection is measured).

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