Abstract

The effect on the temporal and spatial damped-dispersion curves of the polariton and plasmariton has been evaluated for different electron concentrations, lifetimes of the transverse optical (TO) phonon- and electron-collision times. These dispersion curves are important to optical spectroscopists who are investigating Raman and infrared processes.

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Corrections

R. R. Alfano, "Erratum: Damping Effects on the Polariton and Plasmariton Dispersion Curves in n-GaAs," J. Opt. Soc. Am. 62, 609_2-609 (1972)
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