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Microwave resonance and propagation in nonsaturated ferromagnetic media. II. Electromagnetic wave propagation in uniaxially anisotropic insulators and metals

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Vittoria, C. ; Naval Research Laboratory, Washington, D.C. 20375 ; Rachford, F.J.

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We have developed a theoretical formulation for calculating electromagnetic reflection and transmission coefficients in magnetically nonsaturated media. Numerical examples are presented for the cases of an electromagnetic wave normally incident upon a slab of ferromagnetic insulator or metal. Antiresonance transmission is predicted for nonsaturated magnetic metals. For H in the slab plane, the antiresonance frequency is nearly independent of domain structure in contrast to the case of H normal to the slab plane.

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Journal of Applied Physics  (Volume:53 ,  Issue: 12 )