Negative– and positive–phase–velocity propagation in an isotropic chiral medium moving at constant velocity


Analysis of electromagnetic planewave propagation in a medium which is a spatiotemporally homogeneous, temporally nonlocal, isotropic, chiral medium in a co–moving frame of reference shows that the medium is both spatially and temporally nonlocal with respect to all non–co–moving inertial frames of reference. Using the Lorentz transformations of electric… (More)


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