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Opis: Physics and Applications of Negative Refractive Index Materi - S. Anantha Ramakrishna, Tomasz M. Grzegorczyk, S Ramakrishna

Ever since the first experimental demonstration was reported in 2000, the interest in metamaterials and left-handed media that exhibit a negative refractive index has increased exponentially. Surveying this explosive growth, "Physics and Applications of Negative Refractive Index Materials" covers the fundamental physical principles and emerging engineering applications of structured electromagnetic metamaterials that yield a negative refraction as well as other unexpected physical properties. It provides detailed explanations on the history, development, and main achievements of metamaterials. Making it easy to access relevant, up-to-date information on the field, the authors bring together the most important and influential papers related to metamaterials. They present the principles of negative refraction and compare the uniqueness of novel metamaterials with other media that exhibit similar properties.The book discusses the design, optimization, and testing of structured metamaterials as well as applications of metamaterials at frequencies ranging from radio wave to optical. It also explores novel concepts and phenomena, such as the perfect lens for super-resolution imaging, hyper lenses that couple the near-field to radiative modes, electromagnetic cloaking and invisibility, and near-field optical imaging. Connecting theoretical ideas to recent experimental techniques and results, this state-of-the-art book enables an understanding of the basic principles of and research contributions to metamaterials with negative refractive index and their electromagnetic properties. The book has been very carefully produced, with the mathematics and physics accurately represented. ... This is an excellent introduction to a fascinating class of materials. All aspects of the interaction of negative refractive index materials with electromagnetic materials are covered, and detailed theoretical derivations are linked with clear discussions of practical issues. It is a book that will be of value both to a newcomer to the field and as a concise reference work for the more experienced researcher. -Dr. A.H. Harker, University College London, in Contemporary Physics, 2010, 1Introduction General historical perspective The concept of metamaterials Modeling the material response Phase velocity and group velocity Metamaterials and homogenization procedure Metamaterials and Homogenization of Composites The homogenization hypothesis Limitations and consistency conditions Forward problem Inverse problems: retrieval and constitutive parameters Homogenization from averaging the internal fields Generalization to anisotropic and bianisotropic media Designing Metamaterials with Negative Material Parameters Negative dielectric materials Metamaterials with negative magnetic permeability Metamaterials with negative refractive index Chiral metamaterials Bianisotropic metamaterials Active and nonlinear metamaterials Negative Refraction and Photonic Bandgap Materials Photonic crystals and bandgap materials Band diagrams and iso-frequency contours Negative refraction and flat lenses with photonic crystals Negative refraction versus collimation or streaming Media with e < 0 and u < 0: Theory and Properties Origins of negative refraction Choice of the wave-vector and its consequences Anisotropic and chiral media Energy and Momentum in Negative Refractive Index Materials Causality and energy density in frequency dispersive media Electromagnetic energy in left-handed media Momentum density, momentum flow, and transfer in media with negative material parameters Limit of plane waves and small losses Traversal of pulses in materials with negative material parameters Plasmonics of Media with Negative Material Parameters Surface electromagnetic modes in negative refractive materials Waveguides made of negative index materials Negative refraction of surface plasmons Plasmonic properties of structured metallic surfaces Surface waves at the interfaces of nonlinear media Veselago's Lens Is a Perfect Lens Near-field information and diffraction limit Mathematical demonstration of the perfect lens Limitations due to real materials and imperfect NRMs Issues with numerical simulations and time evolution Negative stream of energy with a perfect lens configuration Effects of spatial dispersion Designing Super Lenses Overcoming the limitations of real materials Generalized perfect lens theorem The perfect lens in other geometries Brief Report on Electromagnetic Invisibility Concept of electromagnetic invisibility Excluding electromagnetic fields Cloaking with localized resonances Appendix A: The Fresnel Coefficients for Reflection and Refraction Appendix B: The Dispersion and Fresnel Coefficients for a Bianisotropic Medium Appendix C: The Reflection and Refraction of Light across a Material Slab References Index


Szczegóły: Physics and Applications of Negative Refractive Index Materi - S. Anantha Ramakrishna, Tomasz M. Grzegorczyk, S Ramakrishna

Tytuł: Physics and Applications of Negative Refractive Index Materi
Autor: S. Anantha Ramakrishna, Tomasz M. Grzegorczyk, S Ramakrishna
Producent: CRC Press Inc.
ISBN: 9781420068757
Rok produkcji: 2008
Ilość stron: 440
Oprawa: Twarda
Waga: 0.75 kg


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Physics and Applications of Negative Refractive Index Materi

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Ever since the first experimental demonstration was reported in 2000, the interest in metamaterials and left-handed media that exhibit a negative refractive index has increased exponentially. Surveying this explosive growth, "Physics and Applications of Negative Refractive Index Materials" covers the fundamental physical principles and emerging engineering applications of structured electromagnetic metamaterials that yield a negative refraction as well as other unexpected physical properties. It provides detailed explanations on the history, development, and main achievements of metamaterials. Making it easy to access relevant, up-to-date information on the field, the authors bring together the most important and influential papers related to metamaterials. They present the principles of negative refraction and compare the uniqueness of novel metamaterials with other media that exhibit similar properties.The book discusses the design, optimization, and testing of structured metamaterials as well as applications of metamaterials at frequencies ranging from radio wave to optical. It also explores novel concepts and phenomena, such as the perfect lens for super-resolution imaging, hyper lenses that couple the near-field to radiative modes, electromagnetic cloaking and invisibility, and near-field optical imaging. Connecting theoretical ideas to recent experimental techniques and results, this state-of-the-art book enables an understanding of the basic principles of and research contributions to metamaterials with negative refractive index and their electromagnetic properties. The book has been very carefully produced, with the mathematics and physics accurately represented. ... This is an excellent introduction to a fascinating class of materials. All aspects of the interaction of negative refractive index materials with electromagnetic materials are covered, and detailed theoretical derivations are linked with clear discussions of practical issues. It is a book that will be of value both to a newcomer to the field and as a concise reference work for the more experienced researcher. -Dr. A.H. Harker, University College London, in Contemporary Physics, 2010, 1Introduction General historical perspective The concept of metamaterials Modeling the material response Phase velocity and group velocity Metamaterials and homogenization procedure Metamaterials and Homogenization of Composites The homogenization hypothesis Limitations and consistency conditions Forward problem Inverse problems: retrieval and constitutive parameters Homogenization from averaging the internal fields Generalization to anisotropic and bianisotropic media Designing Metamaterials with Negative Material Parameters Negative dielectric materials Metamaterials with negative magnetic permeability Metamaterials with negative refractive index Chiral metamaterials Bianisotropic metamaterials Active and nonlinear metamaterials Negative Refraction and Photonic Bandgap Materials Photonic crystals and bandgap materials Band diagrams and iso-frequency contours Negative refraction and flat lenses with photonic crystals Negative refraction versus collimation or streaming Media with e < 0 and u < 0: Theory and Properties Origins of negative refraction Choice of the wave-vector and its consequences Anisotropic and chiral media Energy and Momentum in Negative Refractive Index Materials Causality and energy density in frequency dispersive media Electromagnetic energy in left-handed media Momentum density, momentum flow, and transfer in media with negative material parameters Limit of plane waves and small losses Traversal of pulses in materials with negative material parameters Plasmonics of Media with Negative Material Parameters Surface electromagnetic modes in negative refractive materials Waveguides made of negative index materials Negative refraction of surface plasmons Plasmonic properties of structured metallic surfaces Surface waves at the interfaces of nonlinear media Veselago's Lens Is a Perfect Lens Near-field information and diffraction limit Mathematical demonstration of the perfect lens Limitations due to real materials and imperfect NRMs Issues with numerical simulations and time evolution Negative stream of energy with a perfect lens configuration Effects of spatial dispersion Designing Super Lenses Overcoming the limitations of real materials Generalized perfect lens theorem The perfect lens in other geometries Brief Report on Electromagnetic Invisibility Concept of electromagnetic invisibility Excluding electromagnetic fields Cloaking with localized resonances Appendix A: The Fresnel Coefficients for Reflection and Refraction Appendix B: The Dispersion and Fresnel Coefficients for a Bianisotropic Medium Appendix C: The Reflection and Refraction of Light across a Material Slab References Index

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Szczegóły: Physics and Applications of Negative Refractive Index Materi - S. Anantha Ramakrishna, Tomasz M. Grzegorczyk, S Ramakrishna

Tytuł: Physics and Applications of Negative Refractive Index Materi
Autor: S. Anantha Ramakrishna, Tomasz M. Grzegorczyk, S Ramakrishna
Producent: CRC Press Inc.
ISBN: 9781420068757
Rok produkcji: 2008
Ilość stron: 440
Oprawa: Twarda
Waga: 0.75 kg


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