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by J Pendry

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0691123470
Author:
J Pendry
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Engineering
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Princeton University Press (September 6, 2007)
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It covers both experimental and theoretical aspects of acoustic and elastic waves propagating in structured composites, with a focus on effective properties associated with negative refraction, lensing and cloaking.

Learn about the revolutionary new technology of negative-refraction metamaterials. Negative-Refraction Metamaterials: Fundamental Principles and Applications introduces artificial materials that support the unusual electromagnetic property of negative refraction. Readers will discover several classes of negative-refraction materials along with their exciting, groundbreaking applications, such as lenses and antennas, imaging with super-resolution, microwave devices, ing interconnects, radar, and defense.

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noticeable applications of CR in various fields such as. optical trapping (including the case of refractive . 4 A. Turpin et a. Conical refraction: fundamentals and applications

noticeable applications of CR in various fields such as. optical trapping (including the case of refractive particles, absorbing particles, and Bose–Einstein condensates), free . Conical refraction: fundamentals and applications. Figure 3 CR for a Gaussian input beam with right-handed CP and horizontal LP. Images (a) and (d) are the CR transverse intensity patterns at the focal plane (Z 0). Images (b) and (e) show the contributions of the.

Negative refraction in semiconductor-based metamaterials. Negative refraction and backward propagation of waves. Perfect lens (2000) EM cloaking (2006). Semiconductors exhibit metallic properties when heavily doped. Aluminum doped zinc oxide (AZO) exhibits metallic property in the near-infrared. Left-handed materials: the electrodynamics of substances with simultaneously negative values of e and m. Veselago, 1968.

The first demonstration and confirmation of negative refraction was performed in 2001 by Shelby et a.

The book begins with a chapter describing the fundamentals of isotropic metamaterials in which a negative index of. .Numerical simulation studies of negative refraction of Gaussian beams and associated focusing phenomena

The book begins with a chapter describing the fundamentals of isotropic metamaterials in which a negative index of refraction is defined. In the following chapters, the text builds on the fundamentals by describing a range of useful microwave devices and antennas. Numerical simulation studies of negative refraction of Gaussian beams and associated focusing phenomena. Unique advantages and theory of shaped lenses made of index metamaterials.

Refraction is one of the fundamental phenomena in the interaction of.Applications The most prominent application of refractive materials is in the manufacturing of lenses.

Refraction is one of the fundamental phenomena in the interaction of matter and radiation along with reflection, absorption and scattering. In 1999 Professor J. Pendry of the London Imperial college published a paper proposing structures that, was predicted, would feature the needed electromagnetic properties to have a measurable negative refractive index. Stewart, IEEE transactions on microwave theory and techniques, 47, 2075 (1999).