Diffraction Optics of Complex-Structured Periodic Media
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Diffraction Optics of Complex-Structured Periodic Media

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Vladimir Vladimir I.
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1 Waves in Media with One-Dimensional Periodicity (Exact Solution).- 1.1 Layered Medium.- 1.1.1 Harmonic Modulation of Media.- 1.1.2 Properties of Eigenwaves.- 1.2 Optics of Cholesterics (Exact Solution).- 1.2.1 Dielectric Properties of Cholesterics.- 1.2.2 Eigenwaves.- 1.2.3 Properties of Eigensolutions.- 1.3 Solution of Boundary Problem.- 1.3.1 Planar Cholesteric Texture.- 1.3.2 Reflection from Thick Layers.- 1.3.3 The Case Where Medium and Cholesteric Have Equal Dielectric Constants.- 1.3.4 Dependence of Reflection on Polarization.- 1.3.5 Effect of Dielectric Boundaries.- 1.3.6 Method of Characteristic Matrices.- References.- 2 Approximate Description of Interaction of Radiation with Regular Media.- 2.1 Kinematical Approximation.- 2.1.1 Scattering Cross Section.- 2.1.2 Polarization Characteristics.- 2.1.3 Scattering of Light in Cholesterics.- 2.1.4 Kinematical Approximation Limitations.- 2.2 Dynamical Theory.- 2.2.1 Set of Dynamical Equations.- 2.2.2 Dispersion Surfaces.- 2.2.3 Solution of the Boundary Problem.- References.- 3 Diffraction of Mössbauer Radiation in Magnetically Ordered Crystals.- 3.1 Diffraction of Mössbauer Radiation.- 3.2 Amplitude of Coherent Mössbauer Scattering.- 3.2.1 Amplitude of Elastic Scattering.- 3.2.2 Isotope and Spin Incoherence.- 3.2.3 Coherent Amplitude in Limiting Cases of Completely Split and Unsplit Lines.- 3.3 Kinematical Theory of Mössbauer Diffraction.- 3.3.1 Structure Amplitude.- 3.3.2 Phase Determination.- 3.3.3 Diffraction at Magnetically Ordered Crystals.- 3.3.4 Resolved Zeeman Splitting of a Mössbauer Line.- 3.3.5 Crystals with Mössbauer Nuclei at Sites with Inhomogeneous Electric Field (EFG).- 3.4 Dynamical Theory of Mössbauer Diffraction.- 3.4.1 Unsplit Mössbauer Line.- 3.4.2 Suppression of Inelastic Channels of Nuclear Reactions.- 3.4.3 Bragg Reflection from Crystals.- 3.4.4 Solution of the Dynamical Equations for Hyperfine Splitting of Mössbauer Line.- 3.4.5 Polarization-Independent Amplitude of Scattering at Zero Angle.- 3.4.6 Completely Resolved Zeeman Splitting of Mössbauer Line.- References.- 4 Optics of Chiral Liquid Crystals.- 4.1 Optics of Cholesteric Liquid Crystals (CLC).- 4.1.1 The Fundamental Equations.- 4.1.2 Eigensolutions.- 4.1.3 The Solution of the Boundary Problem.- 4.1.4 High-Order Reflection for Oblique Incidence.- 4.1.5 A Planar Layer.- 4.1.6 Optical Rotation.- 4.2 Absorbing Cholesteric Liquid Crystals.- 4.2.1 The Dielectric Tensor of Absorbing CLCs.- 4.2.2 Suppression of Absorption.- 4.2.3 Optical Rotation.- 4.2.4 Borrmann Effect for Oblique Incidence.- 4.3 Chiral Smectic Liquid Crystals.- 4.3.1 Dielectric Permittivity Tensor of a C .- 4.3.2 Second-Order Diffraction Reflection.- 4.3.3 First-Order Reflection.- 4.3.4 Boundary Problem.- 4.4 Blue Phase of Liquid Crystals.- 4.4.1 Observed Properties of Blue Phases.- 4.4.2 Symmetry Restrictions for the Dielectric Permittivity Tensor.- 4.4.3 Fourier Harmonics of $$ hat{epsilon }left( r ight) $$.- 4.4.4 The Explicit Form of $$ hat{epsilon }left( r
ight) $$
(r).- 4.4.5 Optical Properties.- 4.4.6 Structure Studies of the Blue Phase.- References.- 5 Radiation of Fast Charged Particles in Regular Media.- 5.1 Structure Cherenkov Radiation (Kinematical Approximation).- 5.1.1 Formulation of the Problem.- 5.1.2 Radiation of a Particle in a Crystal.- 5.1.3 Photon Emission Cross Section.- 5.1.4 The Structure Factor.- 5.1.5 Temperature Dependence.- 5.1.6 Dimension of the Emitting Region.- 5.1.7 Estimations of the Structure Radiation Intensity.- 5.1.8 On the Phenomenological Approach.- 5.2 Coherent Coulomb Excitation of a Mössbauer Transition in a Single Crystal.- 5.2.1 Coherent Coulomb Excitation in a "Frozen" Lattice.- 5.2.2 Influence of Thermal Motion of Atoms.- 5.2.3 Radiation Intensity.- 5.3 Structure Cherenkov Radiation in a Cholesteric Liquid Crystal.- 5.3.1 Basic Equations.- 5.3.2 Intensity and Polarization Properties of Radiation.- 5.4 Dynamic Theory of Coherent Radiation of Fast Charged Particles
Probing matter with beams of photons, neutrons and electrons provides the main source of information about both the microscopic and macroscopic structure of materials. This is particularly true of media, such as crystals and liquid crystals, that have a periodic structure. This book discusses the interaction of waves (which may represent x-rays, gamma rays, electrons, or neutrons) with various kinds of ordered media. After two chapters dealing with exact and approximate solutions to the scattering problem in periodic media in general, the author discusses: the diffraction of Mößbauer radiation in magnetically ordered crystals; the optics of chiral liquid crystals; the radiation of fast particles in regular media (Cherenkov radiation); nonlinear optics of periodic media; neutron scattering in magnetically ordered media; polarization phenomena in x-ray optics; magnetic x-ray scattering; and Mößbauer filtration of synchrotron radiation.