Abstract

The model of compound oscillators, each of which consists of four identical linear harmonic oscillators, is used for the description of the pressure variation of the optical rotary power of α quartz. This model establishes the contribution of the interaction of the oscillators not only arranged along the Z axis but also those lying in the neighboring chains.

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