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2016 | 130 | 6 | 1346-1351
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Transmission Matrix and Faraday Rotation in a Structure Composed of Over-Dense Magnetized Plasma, Dielectric, and Prism Layers

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In this study, the anomalous transmission of wave through over-dense magnetized plasma is investigated. Electromagnetic waves propagate in over-dense matter through an excitation of the surface waves. For excitation of the surface waves, the structure of the prism, dielectric and magnetized over-dense plasma are considered. Variations in the transmitted and reflected amplitudes with the incident angle θ is investigated. Moreover, the effect of the thicknesses of the dielectric and plasma layers and that of the plasma and cyclotron frequencies on the transmitted wave amplitude are studied. In addition, the Faraday rotation of the transmitted and reflected waves as functions of the incident angle is investigated. The effect of various parameters on the Faraday rotation is considered. The prism currently deployed in this structure decreases the restriction of dielectric constant and provides conditions for actual construction.
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2016-12
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2016-05-21
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  • Physics Department, Qom University, Qom, Iran
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  • Physics Department, Qom University, Qom, Iran
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