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Demonstration of the wave number for a metal (Drude model)

by legyptien
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legyptien
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Jun5-12, 08:53 AM
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Hi,

I'm stuck for 1 day now about the demonstration of the wave number of a metal by using the Drude model: The equation 4.10 of the book Photonic Crystals page 122.

All what I could get after many checks is : K=w/c*√(1+i*sigma/(w*epsi0))

thanks in advance for your helps guys !!! :)
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