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Modulation instability with cubic-quintic nonlinearities and higher order dispersive effects in nonlinear metamaterials

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We have investigated modulation instability in metamaterials (MM) with both cubic and quintic nonlinearities, based on a model appropriate for pulse propagation in MMs with cubic-quintic nonlinearities and higher order dispersive effects. We find that the combined effect of cubic-quintic nonlinearity increases the Modulation Instability (MI) gain. The role of higher order nonlinear dispersive effects on MI has been also discussed.

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