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Waves in metamaterials / L. Solymar, E. Shamonina.

By: Solymar, L. (Laszlo).
Contributor(s): Shamonina, E. (Ekaterina).
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, 2014Edition: 1st ed., Reprinted ed.Description: xvi, 385 p., [16] p. of plates : ill. (some col.), maps, plans ; 26 cm.ISBN: 9780199215331.Subject(s): Metamaterials | Electromagnetism | | Engineering, Electrical October2018DDC classification: 620.11897
Contents:
Basic concepts and basic equations -- A bird's-eye view of metamaterials -- Plasmon-polaritons -- Small resonators -- Subwavelength imaging -- Phenomena in waveguides -- Magnetoinductive waves I -- Magnetoinductive waves II -- Seven topics in search of a chapter -- A historical review.
Summary: Metamaterials is a young subject born in the 21st century. It is concerned with artificial materials which can have electrical and magnetic properties difficult or impossible to find in nature. The building blocks in most cases are resonant elements much smaller than the wavelength of the electromagnetic wave. The book offers a comprehensive treatment of all aspects of research in this field at a level that should appeal to final year undergraduates in physics or in electrical andelectronic engineering. The mathematics is kept at a minimum; the aim is to explain the physics in simple terms and.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Basic concepts and basic equations -- A bird's-eye view of metamaterials -- Plasmon-polaritons -- Small resonators --
Subwavelength imaging -- Phenomena in waveguides --
Magnetoinductive waves I -- Magnetoinductive waves II --
Seven topics in search of a chapter -- A historical review.

Metamaterials is a young subject born in the 21st century. It is concerned with artificial materials which can have electrical and magnetic properties difficult or impossible to find in nature. The building blocks in most cases are resonant elements much smaller than the wavelength of the electromagnetic wave. The book offers a comprehensive treatment of all aspects of research in this field at a level that should appeal to final year undergraduates in physics or in electrical andelectronic engineering. The mathematics is kept at a minimum; the aim is to explain the physics in simple terms and.

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