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## b Physique Théorique et Mathématique and International Solvay Institutes (2013)

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1433 | Large N field theories, string theory and gravity,” Phys.Rept
- Aharony, Gubser, et al.
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Citation Context ...n between a strongly coupled d dimensional field theory and a gravity theory in d+ 1 dimensions. Here we skip the details of the correspondence, referring the interested reader to the huge literature =-=[20]-=-, and we straightforwardly move to the results11. In [3], using the results of [21], we computed the electromagnetic response function of a four dimensional system dual to an AdS5 charged black hole, ... |

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Electrodynamics of Continuous
- Landau, Lifshitz, et al.
- 1984
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Citation Context ...rm of the three fields D, E, B, and the relation Di = ij(w, k)Ej. These fields satisfy the macroscopic Maxwell equations and the tensor function ij(w, k) describes the linear response of the medium =-=[11]-=-. For an isotropic medium: ij(w, k) = T (w, k)P T ij +L(w, k)P L ij 2 where P Tij ans P L ij are the transverse and longitudinal projectors 4 with respect to the wave vector k, while T and L are ... |

123 | Theory of the Nernst effect near quantum phase transitions in condensed matter, and in dyonic black holes,” Phys - Hartnoll, Kovtun, et al. |

15 | Hydrodynamic equations and correlation functions - Kadanoff, Martin - 1963 |

12 | and T.Tsukioka, “Density dependence of transport coefficients from holographic hydrodynamics,” Prog
- Ge, Matsuo, et al.
- 2008
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Citation Context ...1 dimensions. Here we skip the details of the correspondence, referring the interested reader to the huge literature [20], and we straightforwardly move to the results11. In [3], using the results of =-=[21]-=-, we computed the electromagnetic response function of a four dimensional system dual to an AdS5 charged black hole, and we found negative refraction at low frequencies. The green function for that se... |

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Refractive index in holographic superconductors
- Gao, Zhang
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Citation Context ...dynamical charged systems, supporting the claim by the inspection of a strongly coupled theory where the transport coefficients can be explicitly computed through the gauge/gravity correspondence. In =-=[4]-=- the same topic was investigated for an holographic superconductor in the probe limit, in [5] for a charged black hole in four dimensions, and in [6, 7] for systems with D7 flavor branes. In particula... |

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Pendry “Negative refraction makes a perfect lens
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- 2000
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Citation Context ...e been a large field of investigation in the last years. Indeed light waves have an amazing behavior in a new class of artificial materials (metamaterials), created in laboratories about a decade ago =-=[1, 2]-=-. One of the most attractive properties is the negative refractive index: namely the energy flux and the phase velocity of a wave packet propagate in opposite directions for a certain range of frequen... |

6 | Hadron production in central nucleus-nucleus collisions at chemical freezeout,” - Andronic, Braun-Munzinger, et al. - 2006 |

6 | Particle production in heavy ion collisions - Braun-Munzinger, Redlich, et al. |

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Spatial dispersion and negative refraction of light,” Phys
- Agranovich, Gartstein
- 2006
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Citation Context ... = µ, where is the electric permittivity, while µ is the magnetic permeability. In real media they are both complex functions of the frequency w. A medium is told to have negative refractive index =-=[8, 9]-=- if for certain range of frequencies the phase velocity of a wave packet propagates in the opposite direction to the energy flux. The phase velocity of a wave is defined as ~vph = 1/Re(n)k̂, where k̂ ... |

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Composite Medium with Simultaneously Negative Permeability and Permittivity”, Phys
- Schultz
- 2000
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Citation Context ...e been a large field of investigation in the last years. Indeed light waves have an amazing behavior in a new class of artificial materials (metamaterials), created in laboratories about a decade ago =-=[1, 2]-=-. One of the most attractive properties is the negative refractive index: namely the energy flux and the phase velocity of a wave packet propagate in opposite directions for a certain range of frequen... |

2 | Holographic Flavored Quark-Gluon Plasmas,” [arXiv:1101.3841 [hep-ph
- Bigazzi, Cotrone, et al.
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Citation Context ...puted through the gauge/gravity correspondence. In [4] the same topic was investigated for an holographic superconductor in the probe limit, in [5] for a charged black hole in four dimensions, and in =-=[6, 7]-=- for systems with D7 flavor branes. In particular this last development seems promising for more realistic application to the Quark Gluon Plasma physics. 1 The structure of this paper is the following... |

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Negative refraction and Superconductivity”, appeared today
- Amariti, Forcella, et al.
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Citation Context ...efraction. In the actual experiments and simulations this problem is typically solved by introducing anisotropies or by considering superconducting materials. We discuss some of these developments in =-=[19]-=-, while here we concentrate on the easiest example of a non superconducting and isotropic hydrodynamical system. It is important to observe that, even if the final result shows relevant dissipation ef... |