Beltrami Fields in Chiral Media, by A. Lakhtakia, , Scientific. Series in Contemporary Chemical Physics, Vol. 2, World Scientific,. New Jersey, $, ISBN. In particular, Beltrami fields are necessary to analyze electromagnetic wave propagation in isotropic chiral materials, numerous examples of which are found in. Intended for researchers working on time-harmonic electromagnetic fields in chiral materials, this book provides a comprehensive analysis of Beltrami fields.
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We’ve also updated our Privacy Notice. Cited By You do not have subscription access to this journal. Article level metrics are available to subscribers only. Table of contents Beltrami fields and the Maxwell postulates; Beltrami field theory; chiral materials; field theory for chiral media I; field theory for chiral media – II; radiation in chiral media; plane boundaries; bounded chiral regions; scattering inside a chiral medium.
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