Analysis of the Influence of Dielectric Polarization on the Study of Electronic Orientation of Electromagnetic Field Propagating Through Oxide Based Thin Film
Advances in Materials
Volume 5, Issue 3, June 2016, Pages: 13-17
Received: May 19, 2016; Accepted: Jun. 7, 2016; Published: Jul. 28, 2016
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Emmanuel Ifeanyi Ugwu, Department of Industrial Physics, Faculty of Science, Ebonyi State University, Abakalik, Nigeria; Department of Physics, Faculty of Science, Federal University Lafia, Lafia, Nigeria; Department Physic, Faculty of Natural Science, University of Jos, Jos, Nigeria
Lucas Williams Limbi, Department of Physics, Faculty of Science, Nasarawa State University, Kefi, Nigeria
Kalu Onyekachi, Department of Physics, Faculty of Science, Federal University Lafia, Lafia, Nigeria
Joshua Ezekiel Sambo, Department of Physics, Faculty of Science, Federal University Lafia, Lafia, Nigeria
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Abstract
In this work, we analyze the significance of dielectric polarizability on the study of electronic orientation in material which facilitates the understanding of the relative importance of the various contributions of the electronic polarizability of oxide based materials on electromagnetic wave propagation through it. In the mathematical formulation, Poisson equation in two dimensions was used to obtain polarizability constant, b. The polarizability constant was then varied and used in conjunction with the dielectric constants to assess the influence of b on wave propagation through the material. Based on this, electromagnetic wave equation was solved to obtain the wave function E(x, y) in one and two dimensions with position and time for different in relation to various values of the polarizability constant. The graphs for real and complex values of the wave function in relation to polarizability were depicted respectively in figures. The graphs were found to display various characteristic behaviour for different polarizability constants.
Keywords
Dielectric Polarization, Polarizability Constant, Poison, Equation, Maxwell’s Equation, Electromagnetic Wave, Electronic Orientation, Wave Function, Analysis, Oxide Thin Film
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Emmanuel Ifeanyi Ugwu, Lucas Williams Limbi, Kalu Onyekachi, Joshua Ezekiel Sambo, Analysis of the Influence of Dielectric Polarization on the Study of Electronic Orientation of Electromagnetic Field Propagating Through Oxide Based Thin Film, Advances in Materials. Vol. 5, No. 3, 2016, pp. 13-17. doi: 10.11648/j.am.20160503.11
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