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, in particular chiral media for microwave purposes, recommend the feasibility of making novel fabrics with strange homes and the potential for developing new microwave units utilizing such fabrics. The emphasis of the booklet is on bi-anisotropic fabrics, whose finest function is the magnetoelectric interplay of the fields. The fabrics are anticipated to provide important functions in radar know-how, aerospace, microwave engineering, production expertise, etc., corresponding 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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In this paper, the author would like to give a review of different works published since the beginning of 1995, on bi-isotropic and bianisotropic media. A rough overview pointed out four different classes of problems. At first, when dealing with complex media, it is worthwhile knowing how to describe their intrinsic properties by developing new models or bringing out some new aspects in constitutive relations. Some kind of new particle can also be investigated. The 'second class of problems consists in the realisation of the corresponding media, and their characterisation.
I. Uniaxial crystals, So'/}. Phys. Crystallogr. 14(2), 222-229. F. (1984) Characteristic waves in absorbing gyrotropic crystals of the orthorhombic system, So'/}. Phys. Crystallogr. 29(5), 497502. F. (1962) Propagation of light through a plate of uniaxial optically active crystals, Optics Spectrosc. 12(3),407-411. F. (1962) Propagation of light through a plate of uniaxial optically active crystals. II. Plates are parallel to the optic axis, Optics Spectrosc. 12(4),505-509. N. (1972) Propagation of light in optically active uniaxial crystals, So'/}.
The reference list given below is not complete. Many papers of the Fedorov school and papers of other scientific schools could not be included. We have tried to review only the studies done at the Institute of Crystallography of the Russian Academy of Sciences in Moscow. An interested reader can find more complete lists of references in the cited literature. Acknowledgment Authors are sincerely grateful to the co-authors of the original papers for assistance and helpful discussions. References 1.
Advances in Complex Electromagnetic Materials by L. M. Barkovskii, G. N. Borzdov (auth.), A. Priou, A. Sihvola, S. Tretyakov, A. Vinogradov (eds.)