Cerenkov effect


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Če·ren·kov effect

 (chə-rĕng′kôf, -kəf)
n.
Variant of Cherenkov effect.
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Under certain conditions, these materials provide a simultaneous negative permittivity (-[epsilon]) and permeability (-[mu]) in certain frequency range, and they exhibit reversal of Snell's Law (negative refractive index) and Doppler Effect and Cerenkov Effect around the transmission peak.