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2.A. Sommerfeld, Optics (Academic, New York, 1964), pp. 101–106. Sommerfeld used for left circularly polarized radiation and for right circularly polarized radiation. I have interchanged his notation because corresponds to radiation for a field propagating in the direction, where radiation induced transitions on absorption ( is the magnetic quantum number).
4.B. Rossi, Optics (Addison-Wesley, Reading, MA, 1957), pp. 427–430.
5.See, for example, D. M. Bishop and S. M. Cybulski, “Magnetic optical rotation in and ,” J. Chem. Phys. 93, 590–599 (1990);
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6.See, for example, F. Schuller, M. J. D. MacPherson, and D. N. Stacey, “Saturation and collisional effects on magnetic optical rotation,” Physica C 147, 321–331 (1987);
7.F. Schuller, M. J. D. MacPherson, and D. N. Stacey, “Magneto-optical rotation in an atomic vapor,” Opt. Commun. 71, 61–64 (1989);
7.F. Schuller, D. N. Stacey, R. B. Warrington, and K. P. Zetie, “Theory of Faraday rotation produced by atoms near a transition,” J. Phys. B 28, 3783–3790 (1995). This paper also includes collisional and saturation effects.
8.For successive intervals, we can redefine the direction of polarization as the direction and then calculate the rotation in the next small interval. The treatment is strictly valid only for .
10.Because the equations of motion for the displacement operator of a harmonic oscillator contain a source term that is linear in the external electric field, a perturbative calculation of the Heisenberg operator yields a result that is correct to all orders in the electric field amplitude.
12.The Hamiltonians are related by the unitary transformation with , where is given by Eq. (22), is given by Eq. (23b), and is equal to [Eq. (56)], plus a term corresponding to the quadratic Zeeman shift.
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