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On the Microscopic Origins of Optical Magnetism — Insight from Mie Theory

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We identify the microscopic origins for optical magnetism in dielectric metamate-rials. Features in the homogenized permeability are found to correspond to the magnetic dipole resonance of individual particles, which will have far-reaching impacts.

© 2016 Optical Society of America

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