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Understanding NMR J-couplings by the theory of polarization propagators
Propagators are powerful theoretical tools that were first developed within the nonrelativistic (NR) regime and were applied to calculate atomic and molecular properties more than 30 years ago. The recent relativistic ...
Casimir force induced by electromagnetic wave polarization in Kerr, Gödel and Bianchi–i spacetimes
Electromagnetic waves propagation on either rotating or anisotropic spacetime backgrounds (such as Kerr and Godel metrics, or Bianchi-I metric) produce a reduction of the magnitude of Casimir forces between plates. These ...
Application of magnus series for polization evolution in fibers
(Revista Mexicana de Física, 2009)
Inline digital holographic movie based on a double-sideband filter
(Optical Society of America, 2015-09)
This Letter proposes a new optical architecture based on a double-sideband filter, simultaneously applied at the Fourier plane, for inline digital holography. The proposed architecture not only allows removal of the conjugate ...
PROPAGATION OF THERMAL PERTURBATIONS IN PHOTOINJECTED PLASMA IN SEMICONDUCTORS - 2ND SOUND-WAVES
(Pergamon-elsevier Science LtdOxfordInglaterra, 1994)
The use of pulsed electric acoustic technique for measuring electric field profiles in ferroelectric ceramic
The pulsed electric acoustic technique, PEA, have been usually applied to probe space charge profiles in polymers. In this work we show preliminary results obtained with lead zirconate-titanate and niobium, PZTN, ferroelectric ...
ION-ACOUSTIC WAVES TRIGGERED BY LEFT-HAND POLARIZED FINITE-AMPLITUDE WAVES PROPAGATING IN THE BEAM DIRECTION
(WILLIAM BYRD PRESS FOR JOHN HOPKINS PRESS, 2006)