Electromagnetic-Wave Tunneling Through Negative-Permittivity Media with High Magnetic Fields

  title={Electromagnetic-Wave Tunneling Through Negative-Permittivity Media with High Magnetic Fields},
  author={Lei Zhou and Weijia Wen and C. C. Wong The University of Hong Kong P. W. Chan and Ping Sheng},
0031-9007= We demonstrate that electromagnetic waves can transmit with unit transmittance through a slab of negative-permittivity media sandwiched between two identical slabs with high permittivity, although each single slab is nearly opaque. This type of transparency is accompanied by high magnetic fields, and is robust against incidence angles. Microwave experiments, in excellent agreement with finite-differencetime-domain simulations, are performed to successfully realize this idea. 
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