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First Correct Experimental Discovery of the “Weak” Gyrotropy-Phenomenon of “Non-Gyrotropic” Crystals of 3 m, 4 mm, 6 mm Symmetry Classes, Using the LiNbO3 Crystal as an Example

DOI: 10.4236/oalib.1107194, PP. 1-6

Subject Areas: Applied Physics

Keywords: Crystals, Light, Polarization, Weak Gyrotropy, Wedge-Shaped Sample, Vector of Electric Field Strength, Wave Vector, Optical Axis, Nonzero Transmission

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The purpose of the work was the correct experimental discovery of the effect of “weak” gyrotropy of the “non-gyrotropic” transparent crystals. The original experiment was based on the study of the light transmission (T) of the system: Polarizer—wedge-shaped Crystal’s sample—Analyzer (orthogonal to Polarizer). It was shown that: if the optical axis of the crystal is parallel to the rib of the wedge and to the polarization of the linear-polarized incident light, then the transmission T of the system can be not equal to zero (due to existence of nonzero components (G12) of the antisymmetric pseudotensor of gyration {G} described the “weak” gyrotropy). Using the LiNbO3 crystal as an example, such nonzero T was at the first time experimentally discovered. Absolute value of components G12 of the LiNbO3 crystal was first estimated: ([G12] = (1.50 /- 0.51) 10-6).

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Zilbershtein, A. K. (2021). First Correct Experimental Discovery of the “Weak” Gyrotropy-Phenomenon of “Non-Gyrotropic” Crystals of 3 m, 4 mm, 6 mm Symmetry Classes, Using the LiNbO3 Crystal as an Example . Open Access Library Journal, 8, e7194. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.4236/oalib.1107194.

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