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Nonreciprocal optical devices based on diluted (semi) magnetic semiconductors

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Abstract

Dilute magnetic semiconductors are generally II–VI compounds (like ZnTe or CdSe) containing large fractions (up to 50 %) of magnetic ions such as Mn that substitute for the group II element. The introduction of the magnetic ion only weakly affects most semiconductor properties, but it does cause a tremendous increase of Faraday rotation.

© 1986 Optical Society of America

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