# THE MICROWAVE SPECTRUM OF KOH-DOPED KI.....

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 Title: THE MICROWAVE SPECTRUM OF KOH-DOPED KI..... Creators: Wang, J. H. S.; Von Holle, W. G.; Flygare, W. H. Issue Date: 1971 Publisher: Ohio State University Abstract: Strong microwave absorption in KOH-doped KI crystals has been observed in the 8-40 GHz region by standard transmission techniques at 1.3$^{\circ} K$. KOH:KI is different from the other hydroxide-doped alkali halides in that ultraviolet dichroism experiments indicate a [110] dipolar equilibrium $orientation.^{2}$ The microwave results are discussed in terms of the tunneling of the $OH^{-}$ ion among the equivalent [110] directions. Description: $^{1}$R. S. Scott and W. H. Flygare, Phys. Rev., 182, 445 (1969). $^{2}$S. Kapphan, Thesis, University of Utah, 1970."" Author Institution: Materials Research Laboratory, University of Illinois URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1811/8719 Other Identifiers: 1971-J-5