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On Fresnel-Airy Equations, Fabry-Perot Resonances and Surface Electromagnetic Waves in Arbitrary Bianisotropic Metamaterials, including with Multi-Hyperbolic Fresnel Wave Surfaces

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posted on 2023-01-12, 14:24 authored by Maxim Durach, Felix Williamson, Jacob Adams, Tonilynn Holtz, Pooja Bhatt, Rebecka Moreno, Franchescia Smith
We introduce a theory of optical responses of bianisotropic layers with arbitrary effective medium parameters, which results in generalized Fresnel-Airy equations for reflection and transmission coefficients at all incidence directions and polarizations. The poles of these equations provide explicit expressions for the dispersion of Fabry-Perot resonances and surface electromatic waves in bianisotropic layers and interfaces. The existence conditions of these resonances are topologically related to the zeros of the high-k characteristic function h(k)=0 of bulk bianisotropic materials and Durach et al. taxonomy of bianisotropic media according to the hyperbolic topological classes [Applied Sciences, 10(3), 763 (2020); Optics Communications, 476, 126349 (2020)].

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