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Wave Propagation in Materials for Modern Applications

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Wave Propagation in Materials for Modern Applications
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Publisher: InTech
ISBN-13: 9789537619657
Number of pages: 552

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The advances in nanotechnology give rise new applications and new types of materials with unique electromagnetic and mechanical properties. This book is devoted to the modern methods in electrodynamics and acoustics which have been developed to describe wave propagation in these modern materials and nanodevices.

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