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Anisotropic Dielectric Media Transition

  1. Sep 29, 2011 #1
    Hey, I was going over my electromagnetics course material and I realised we didn't learn much about anisotropic mediums (and still we had some homework questions about them).
    I'm trying to find some information about transition between anisotropic mediums, or even to be more specific - transitions through anisotropic mediums bounded by vacuum (which is apparently used to transform polarizations).
    I'll deeply thank anyone who can find material on the subject or even explain (with not much rigor) the important results.

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