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A surface integral equation (SIE) formulation is applied to the analysis of electromagnetic problems involving three-dimensional (3D) piecewise homogenized left-handed metamaterials (LHM). The authors show (1744K) of the electric-field intensity distribution illustrating the focusing effect and the reversal of the phase velocity of a strongly diverging Gaussian beam as it propagates inside a matched LHM slab with n = −1. [See J. Rivero et al. Fig. 3 for details.]
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