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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February 20, Chifal Manuscript: 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. Cited by links are available to subscribers only.
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