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Experimental Demonstration of Isotropic Negative Permeability in a Three-Dimensional Dielectric Composite

State Key Lab of New Ceramics and Fine Processing, Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Tsinghua University, Beijing 100084, People's Republic of China.
Physical Review Letters (Impact Factor: 7.51). 08/2008; 101(2):027402. DOI: 10.1103/PhysRevLett.101.027402
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Isotropic negative permeability resulting from Mie resonance is demonstrated in a three-dimensional (3D) dielectric composite consisting of an array of dielectric cubes. A strong subwavelength magnetic resonance, corresponding to the first Mie resonance, was excited in dielectric cubes by electromagnetic wave. Negative permeability is verified in the magnetic resonance area via microwave measurement and the dispersion properties. The resonance relies on the size and permittivity of the cubes. It is promising for construction of novel isotropic 3D left-handed materials with a simple structure.

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    • "The interference between the electric and magnetic resonances can affect strongly the scattering properties of the particle[11]such as the directionality of scattering[12]and complete suppression of the backward scattering[13]. Different numerical techniques of the full-wave electromagnetic simulation, such as finite-difference time-domain (FDTD) method[14,15], modified discrete dipole approximation (DDA)[16,17], and finite-integral frequency-domain (FIFD, CST Microwave Studio) method[5,17], have been used to study the electric and magnetic resonances in nonspherical dielectric particles. Particles of cubic[15,16], conical[16], and cylindrical14151617shape were investigated. "
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