Der Smekal-Raman-Effekt

@article{E1931DerS,
  title={Der Smekal-Raman-Effekt},
  author={K. G. E.},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1931},
  volume={128},
  pages={1026-1026}
}
  • K. E.
  • Published 1931
  • Chemistry
  • Nature
THIS book gives a summary of work on the Raman effect up to the middle of this year. It is necessarily largely a catalogue of numerical data, but does also contain both a good general elementary account of the subject and the essential parts of its rather complicated mathematical basis. The arrangement of the material—and it is remarkable how much has been accumulated in three years—is excellent and the author's comments authoritative and critical, so that there can be little doubt that the… 

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