electromagnetic properties

electromagnetic properties

[i¦lek·trō·mag′ned·ik ′präp·ərd·ēz]
(electromagnetism)
The response of materials or equipment to electromagnetic fields, and their ability to produce such fields.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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This is owing to superior electromagnetic properties of the metamaterials that facilitate their use in navigation, absorbers, sensors, and spectroscopy.
Rockenbauer has further explained the relativistic Dirac equation and how it gave a perfect description of the electromagnetic properties of an electron in his study.
"This work enables future weapon systems by providing control over the electromagnetic properties of the material as well as providing the improved conductivity necessary for sensors and other electronic systems utilized by the Navy and Department of Defense."
The study, titled "Electromagnetic properties of the Great Pyramid: First multipole resonances and energy concentration," was published in the (https://aip.scitation.org/doi/10.1063/1.5026556) Journal of Applied Physics . 
Metawave is revolutionising radar sensing by leveraging adaptive metamaterials (conventional materials using engineered structures with unique electromagnetic properties not found in nature) and artificial intelligence to create smart radars.
Among his topics are electromagnetic properties of plasma and plasma modes, kinetic-derivation and analysis of the dielectric tensor, electromagnetic wave interaction with the ionosphere, nonlinear plasma waves, and ionospheric very-low-frequency transmitter.
Liu, "Fabrication and electromagnetic properties of conjugated N[H.sub.2]-CuPc@[Fe.sub.3][O.sub.4]," Journal of Electronic Materials, vol.
Its electromagnetic properties also make it useful for missions to Europa and other places with extreme EM environments.
The above reported limitations of existing imaging modalities motivate the interest in alternative techniques, and a possible candidate in this respect is microwave tomography (MWT), which images the electromagnetic properties of the tissue using low-cost and portable equipment.
From the perspective of electromagnetism, organisms are composed of a large number of cells with different electromagnetic properties. Biological characteristics of tissue under different electromagnetic waves are the corresponding key issue for studying the biological effects of electromagnetic fields.
Metamaterial (MM) refers to a kind of artificial materials with subwavelength-sized embedded metal resonators which gives nearly any value of constitutive parameters (e, Such engineered media can offer novel electromagnetic properties beyond natural materials, such as negative refraction [1-3], perfect lens [4], invisible cloaking [5], and perfect absorption [6].

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