Tutorials in Complex Photonic Media (SPIE Press Monograph by Mikhail A. Noginov, Graeme Dewar, Martin W. McCall, Nikolay PDF
By Mikhail A. Noginov, Graeme Dewar, Martin W. McCall, Nikolay I. Zheludev
The sphere of complicated photonic media is really interdisciplinary, necessarily overarching a number of subject matters of physics, chemistry, nanotechnology, fabrics technology, and engineering. In Tutorials in complicated Photonic Media, the editors assemble 19 crucial chapters written via best scientists of their respective fields. those tutorials hide the elemental actual homes of complicated photonic media and the underlying innovations that represent breakthroughs in smooth optics. Tutorials in complicated Photonic Media is helping scholars, engineers, and scientists coming into the sphere to familiarize yourself with the interrelated elements of the topic. It additionally serves good as a supplemental textual content in introductory and complex classes on optical fabrics, nanotechnology, actual optics, or photonic metamaterials. The coated subject matters comprise: nanoplasmonics and nanophotonics, chiral media, destructive index of refraction, random lasers, propagation of electromagnetic waves in scattering media, basic physics of photonic fabrics, natural photonic fabrics, photonic crystals, metamaterials, magneto-optics, optical vortexes, holography, and sluggish gentle.
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Reprinted from Ref. 16 Theoretical simulation and experimental realization of the electromagnetic cloak. The instantaneous value of the electric ﬁeld (color bar) is shown for (A) calculations using the exact material properties prescribed by Eqs. 60), (B) calculations using the reduced material properties prescribed by Eqs. 63), (C) measurements with a copper disc without the surrounding cloak, and (D) measurements with a copper disc surrounded by the metamaterial cloak of Fig. 15. Note that the wavefront kinking in the geometric shadow of the object in (C) is largely absent in (D).
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10 A near-ﬁeld lens made out of a slab of negatively refracting medium. 16 Chapter 1 μ. (See Fig. 29) where r, t, A+ , and A− are unknown field amplitudes and k0 is the free space wave number. 30) 1/2 . 31) Taking the positive root in Eq. 30) ensures that the field decays away from the source for kx > k0 . The sign of the root in Eq. 31) actually does not matter in this case, as there are waves in both directions in the slab, although taking the negative root is consistent with negative phase velocity propagation for fields propagating away from the interface.
Tutorials in Complex Photonic Media (SPIE Press Monograph Vol. PM194) by Mikhail A. Noginov, Graeme Dewar, Martin W. McCall, Nikolay I. Zheludev