7 edition of Negative-refraction metamaterials found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by G.V. Eleftheriades, K.G. Balmain.|
|Contributions||Eleftheriades, G. V., Balmain, K. G.|
|LC Classifications||TK454.4.M3 N493 2005|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 418 p. :|
|Number of Pages||418|
|LC Control Number||2005045967|
However, metal implies a negative dielectric constant, whereas antiferromagnet implies a negative permeability. A brief description of these two and other early headlines on effective medium properties or homogenization of photonic crystals you will find here. It is fascinating reading for scientists, engineers, and graduate-level students in physics, chemistry, materials science, photonics, and electrical engineering. Sivukhin, "The energy of electromagnetic waves in dispersive media", Opt.
Though R. These properties are important in the identification of different particles. When the concave part of the Negative-refraction metamaterials book is facing you, and the semi-cylinder is horizontal, you will see an inverted image of yourself in the mirror. Noteworthy in this regard is an earlier review by R. In this way, the proof-of-concept device propagates an effective wave to the right, in a direction perpendicular to the strips, each of which acts as a kinetic inductor due to the electrons' acceleration therein. The metamaterials themselves are inside the probing chamber at the bottom right.
IEEE, Monograph no. Free shipping for individuals worldwide Usually dispatched within 3 to 5 business days. A metamaterial developed to exhibit negative-index behavior is typically formed from individual components. This dipolar behavior is notable because this means it mimics nature's atombut on a much larger scale, such as in this case at 2.
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Gbur, T. For now, Negative-refraction metamaterials book device operates at temperatures below 20 degrees Kelvin. The photonic bandgap property of PCs makes them the electromagnetic analog of electronic semi-conductor crystals. In a passive metamaterial medium this determines a negative real and imaginary part of the refractive index.
If the rings were closed, a half wavelength boundary would be electromagnetically imposed as a requirement for resonance. Since these components are smaller than the radiated wavelength it is understood that a macroscopic view includes an effective value for both permittivity and permeability.
Various geometries and structures have been proposed to fabricate EBG's special properties. Holloway, E. In other words, this structure exhibited left-handed propagation in one dimension. In Pavel Cherenkov discovered a coherent radiation that occurs when certain types of media are bombarded by fast moving electron beams.
Negative refraction was shown to be possible for multiple frequency signals by explicit calculation of the Poynting vector in the LHM. Alternatively, two forward waves or two backward waves can occur, depending on the strength of the chirality parameter.
Mathematically, the dispersion relation leads to a band with negative group velocity everywhere, and a bandwidth that is independent of the plasma frequencywithin the stated conditions.
In the s, Negative-refraction metamaterials book Russian scientist named Vesalago1 suggested that a negative refractive index might be possible and he investigated theoretically what would happen if a Negative-refraction metamaterials book had a negative refractive index.
Either a backward wave or a forward wave can occur. In this Negative-refraction metamaterials book they are invariant or scalar. The extreme anisotropy of HMMs leads to directional propagation of light within and on the surface. IEEE, Monograph no. LHM researchers hope that the peculiar properties will lead to superior lenses, and might provide a chance to observe some kind of negative analog of other prominent optical phenomena, such as the Doppler shift and Cerenkov radiation.
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