Magneto-Optical Measurements of Low Dimensional Organic Conductors
Magneto-optical measurements are powerful means to study the Fermi surface. We developed a first cylindrical cavity system, which can rotate and made the precise angular dependence measurements possible. And we have carried out magneto-optical measurements of low dimensional organic conductors β"-(BEDT-TTF)(TCNQ) and (DMET)2I3. From the observed results, Fermi surface topologies of both systems at low temperature are discussed.
Molecular Photoscience Res. Center, Kobe University: H. Ohta
The Grad. School of Sci. Tech., Kobe University: M. Kimata, Y. Oshima
IMR, Tohoku University: K. Koyama, M. Motokawa
RIKEN (The Institute of Physical and Chemical Research): H. M. Yamamoto, R. Kato
Grad. School of Sci., Tokyo Metropolitan University: H. Nishikawa, K. Kikuchi, I. Ikemoto
Reference: H. Ohta, M. Kimata, K. Koyama, Y. Oshima, M. Motokawa, H. Nishikawa, K. Kikuchi and I. Ikemoto, "Magneto-optical measurement of organic conductor using rotational cavity system", proceedings of ICSM2004.
神戸大学 分子フォトサイエンス研究センター:太田 仁
神戸大学 自然科学研究科:木俣 基,大島勇吾
東北大学 金属材料研究所:小山佳一,本河光博
東京都立大学 大学院理学研究科:西川浩之,菊池耕一,池本 勲