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We have already noted that for CrS+(or Va+ or Nis+, also) there are two T I states and that the transition from the ground state to these is made possible through a one-electron jump to the same component, t2e. The ratio between the probabilities for the occilpation of this component in the upper and lower T I state is simply Aa/Ba (in the notation we have used). The ratio of the intensities of the bands will be proportional to this ratio, which (Ishould say) can be calculated from the energy matrix quite reliably.
111. Mixed Crystals . IV. The One-dimensional Mixed Crystal V. The Molecular-orbital Analogy . VI. The Shallow-trap Problem . VII. Further Consideration of the Y = 0 Manifold VIII. A Limiting Formula for Shallow Traps. IX. A Limiting Formula for Deep Traps . X. Energies for the Example m = 6 . XI. Manifolds Belonging to Y # 0 . XII. Intensities in the One-dimensional Mixed Crystals . XIII. Applications to Real Crystals References . 27 . 28 . 30 . 31 . 32 . 33 . 35 . 36 . 37 . 37 . 39 . 40 . 46 .
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