By Vladimir M. Shalaev
The participants to the publication are international top specialists within the optics of random media; they supply a state of the art assessment of contemporary advancements within the box together with nonlinear optical and magneto-optical homes, Raman and hyper-Raman scattering, laser motion, plasmon excitation and localized vast fields, imaging and spectroscopy of random media
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Such ﬂuctuations can occur for many reasons, including thermal noise. We will characterize ﬂicker noise in terms of ﬂuctuations in the local dielectric function (r). Suppose we have a material in which D and E are connected by the local relation D(r) = (r)E(r) , (15) where (r) is taken from an ensemble with mean value (r) and ﬂuctuation δ (r). The mean value (r) is the same as that which appears in the nonlinear problem discussed above. The ﬂuctuating part δ (r), it is assumed, has a vanishing ensemble average at each point r and satisﬁes the relationship δ (r)δ (r ) av = λχ(r)δ(r − r ), where .
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It is interesting to note that, in the quasi-static regime, resonances and bistability can occur only if the electrical permittivity is not real and positive everywhere. In fact, it is possible to prove that, if E · D(E) is a real, monotonically increasing function of |E| or if D is linear in E, then the local ﬁeld E has a uniquely determined value everywhere in the system . , there must be a metallic constituent and the frequency ω must satisfy 1 < ω < ωp , (33) τ as well as a nonlinear dependence of D upon E in some parts of the system.
Optical properties of nanostructured random media by Vladimir M. Shalaev