volume 106, issue 1, P279-286 1981
DOI: 10.1002/pssb.2221060131
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Abstract: The magneto-optical properties of high-purity CuCl at 4.2 K show that the two lines vi (25665.2 cm-l) and v i (25697.6 em-l) are due t o transitions to (or from) excitons bound to the same neutral acceptor, the two holes arising from the lowest rs valence band. They are attributed, respectively, to the J = 512 and J = 112 states of the (Ao, X) complex. These results are explained by the importance of the electron-hole exchange interaction and by a dominant occurrence of the rS rather than the r7 neutral accep…

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