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Artificial magnetism in one-dimensional multilayer metamaterials

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Artificial magnetism is usually investigated in rather complex two- and three-dimensional metamaterials. We propose and experimentally demonstrate non-unity permeability in planar multilayer structures. We further demonstrate the existence of TE hyperbolic modes and magnetic plasmons.

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