Physics – Condensed Matter – Superconductivity
12 pages of text, 6 figures, fixed typos in formulas, added figure
A sensitive polarization modulation technique uses photoelastic modulation and hetrodyne detection to simultaneously measure the Faraday rotation and induced ellipticity in light transmitted by semiconducting and metallic samples. The frequencies measured are in the mid-infrared and correspond to the spectral lines of a CO2 laser. The measured temperature range is continuous and extends from 35 to 330K. Measured samples include GaAs and Si substrates, gold and copper films, and YBCO and BSCCO high temperature superconductors.
Drew Dennis H.
Rigal L. B.
Schmadel D. C.
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