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Schmidt, Phys. Lett. 23,413 (1966). M. Cardona, K. L. Shaklee, and F. H. Pollak, Phys. Lett. 23, 37 (1966). E. Y. Wang, W. A. , and C. E. Bleil, in “11-VI SemiconductingCompounds”(Proc. 1967 Int. , Providence)(D. G. ), p. 136. Benjamin, New York and Amsterdam, 1967. J. G. Gay and L. T. Klauder, Phys. Rev. 172,811 (1968). E. Y. Wang and W. A. Albers, Phys. Lett. 27A, 341 (1968). R. E. Nahory and J. L. Shay, Phys. Rev. Lett. 21, 1569 (1968). 1. 17. Spectral dependence of the electroreflectance response of the Geeelectrolyte system of Fig.

E. Y. Wang and W. A. Albers, Phys. Lett. 27A, 341 (1968). R. E. Nahory and J. L. Shay, Phys. Rev. Lett. 21, 1569 (1968). 1. 17. Spectral dependence of the electroreflectance response of the Geeelectrolyte system of Fig. 1 5 for values of the electrode potential at the left and the right of the parabola in the interfacial capacity characteristic (Fig. 15b). In this range of electrode potential, the external modulation is reproducibly passed on to the surface potential, resulting in the expected sign inversion of the electroreflectance signal on either side of the flat-band position.

We must pay attention t o the way in which this theory interfaces the experiment. 4. ELECTRIC FIELD EFFECTS IN ONE-ELECTRON APPROXIMATION Inserting the potential energy term - Fx into the one-electron Harniltonian of the unperturbed crystal breaks up the invariance to lattice translation in the direction x of the electric field F. As a consequence, the component '' D. E. Bottka, Chapter 6 , this volume. 24 B. SERAPHIN k , of a wave vector is no longer a good quantum number. We can build the field-perturbed wave functions from linear combinations of the unperturbed Bloch functions with wave vectors parallel to the field direction.

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