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A single‐frequency laser oscillation was obtained by using two coupled cavities incorporating a Fabry‐Perot electro‐optic modulator. Although the modulation frequency was as low as 1.0 MHz, the variation of the output power was negligibly small. The output power obtained in the...
The dispersion relation for magnetoelastic Love waves propagating in a magnetic thin film supported by a nonmagnetic substrate is derived. It is shown that the interaction between elastic Love waves and magnetostatic surface waves is nonreciprocal and depends on the mode number of the Love wave.
The g value, line shape, and linewidth of an ESR signal in Si layers which have been damaged by ion implantation of Si, P, or As at room temperature are found to be identical to those of the electron states observed in amorphous Si films prepared by rf sputtering. Interference phenomena observed...
A predominantly amorphous mixture of Te, As, and Ge exhibits electrical memory effects, but continued cycling of the memory leads to unstable behavior. An explanation is based on the presence of varying amounts of crystalline material, and a quantitative relationship is presented.
Electromagnetic surface waves on a gyromagnetic single crystalline YIG rod waveguide were measured by a disturbing body technique in a surface wave resonator. Both the volume and surface‐mode surface waves were measured under conditions when magnetostatic analysis is not valid. Experimental...
The radiation resistance and reactance as a function of frequency has been measured for interdigital comb structures used for generating z propagating surface waves on a yz surface of LiNbO 3 . The quantities reveal a basic asymmetry about the center frequency of surface wave generation due to...
A new method for directly measuring diffusion coefficients transverse to a high electric field has been applied to electrons in silicon at 300°K. For fields ranging up to 24 kV∕cm, the transverse diffusion coefficient, as measured and determined by Monte Carlo calculation, indicates a drop...
Experimental evidence is presented for a 2π phase change and a corresponding spot shift at resonance in an evanescent wave optical waveguide coupler.
Using a mode‐locked ruby laser, stimulated rotational and vibrational Raman scattering has been observed in a variety of high‐pressure gases, where previously no stimulated scattering has been reported. Pulse energy conversion efficiencies as high as 70% have been obtained. Evidence for a...
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