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Title Microware applications of negative-refraction metamaterials
Authors Buriak, I.A.
Keywords метаматеріали
метаматериалы
metamaterials
Type Conference Papers
Date of Issue 2016
URI http://essuir.sumdu.edu.ua/handle/123456789/46869
Publisher Sumy State University
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Citation Buriak, I.A. Microware applications of negative-refraction metamaterials [Текст] / I.A. Buriak; EL adviser A.M. Diadechko // Соціально-гуманітарні аспекти розвитку сучасного суспільства: матеріали Всеукраїнської наукової конференції викладачів, аспірантів, співробітників та студентів, м. Суми, 21-22 квітня 2016 р. / Відп. за вип. А.М. Костенко. - Суми: СумДУ, 2016. - С. 285.
Abstract Metamaterials make a wide class of artificial composites, characterized by features that are hardly achievable technologically and unattainable in nature materials. These features, such as negative group velocity of EM wave and thus refraction index, are obtained due to simultaneously negative effective permittivity and permeability. The major classes of these composites are single negative materials (SNG), double negative materials (DNG), and electronic bandgap materials (EBG) or photonic crystals [1]. Permittivity and permeability depend on frequency, so there are RF MTMs (including microwave), terahertz, optical etc.
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