Coplanar Waveguide: A Surface Strip Transmission Line Suitable for Nonreciprocal Gyromagnetic
Device Applications," IEEE Trans.
As pointed out in , [epsilon][t]he polylogarithm arises in Feynman diagram integrals (and, in particular, in the computation of quantum electrodynamics corrections to the electrons gyromagnetic
ratio), and the special cases n = 2 and n = 3 are called the dilogarithm and the trilogarithm, respectively.
Here, [gamma] denotes the gyromagnetic
ratio, and [M.
ratio g is a property of the nuclear spin.
The nucleus of each element has a unique gyromagnetic
moment associated with it, so investigations need [B.
In the study, the complex modes in gyrotropic medium loaded guides have been investigated predominantly for gyromagnetic
medium loaded waveguides.
It is well known that gyromagnetic
materials can exhibit a negative permeability at the ferromagnetic resonance (FMR) frequency range [26, 27].
gamma] is the gyromagnetic
ratio of the proton, a known value from quantum mechanics of 2.
0] is (approximately) spatially uniform, so all spins initially rotate at the same frequency (the Larmor frequency), [omega] = [gamma] * B, where [gamma] is the gyromagnetic
ratio (for hydrogen protons, [gamma] = 42.
Sheikh, "Applied field/frequency response of planar gyromagnetic
Franceschetti, "Dynamic Modes in Open Gyromagnetic
Waveguides," Journal of Applied Physics, vol.
The S-component is generated above active areas in the Sun's chromosphere (most notably plages and sunspots) by bremsstrahlung emission, and by gyromagnetic
radiation--a process in which energized electrons release photons as they spiral around strong magnetic fields.