Permeability tensor for a metamaterial adjacent to a metal
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In our work, we investigate magnetic properties of metamaterial–metal interface with the help of the local field theory combined with the method of images. Proceeding from microscopic description of the substance and calculating its macroscopic properties, for the first time the modified Clausius–Mossotti relation has been obtained for permeability of the metamaterial bordering a metal.
KeywordsLocal Field Radial Distribution Function Magnetic Polarizability Permeability Tensor Local Magnetic Field
This work was supported by the Ministry of Education and Science of the Russian Federation, the Project 3.1110.2014/K, and by the Competitiveness Growth Program of National Research Nuclear University “MEPhI”.
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