Advances in Complex Electromagnetic Materials by L. M. Barkovskii, G. N. Borzdov (auth.), A. Priou, A.

By L. M. Barkovskii, G. N. Borzdov (auth.), A. Priou, A. Sihvola, S. Tretyakov, A. Vinogradov (eds.)

Recent advances in our figuring out of complicated composite media, particularly chiral media for microwave functions, recommend the feasibility of constructing novel fabrics with strange houses and the opportunity of developing new microwave units utilizing such fabrics. The emphasis of the e-book is on bi-anisotropic fabrics, whose finest characteristic is the magnetoelectric interplay of the fields. The fabrics are anticipated to provide beneficial functions in radar expertise, aerospace, microwave engineering, production expertise, etc., akin to absorbers for low-reflectivity shields, reciprocal part shifters, polarization transformers. the 1st experiments with synthetic bi-anisotropic media were effectively carried out.

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The curves correspond to theoretical evaluations of k("\), evaluated without taking into account the influence of absorption From Figure 3 we can see that the best coincidence of the direction of the wave normal of the incident light with the optical axis of the crystal occurs for specimens of yttrium, holmium, and erbium formiate dihydrates at A = 650, 440, and 350 nm, respectively. The change in wavelength leads, owing to dispersion of the optic axis, to reduction in the values of k. It can also be seen that the smaller the value of the ratio of the linear to the circular birefringence, the greater is the half-width of the curve of k(A).

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