Spatially dispersive surface impedance in the electrodynamics of conductors without dc dissipation

N A Volchkov, A L Karuzskii, V A Kulbachinskii, Y A Mityagin, A V Perestoronin, A P Chernyaev
2018 Journal of Physics, Conference Series  
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more » ... tik -This content was downloaded from IP address 207.241.231. Abstract. We derive general frequency dependencies of the surface impedance modulus for conductors without the dc dissipation, i. e. for superconductors or perfect conductors. The frequency-dependent surface impedance was applied for the solutions corresponding to the spatially dispersive eigenvalues of the permittivity operator for conductors. We demonstrate that appropriately taken into account effects of the spatial dispersion can give the general frequency dependence of the surface impedance for the obtained solutions including that for superconductor. It is shown that an incorporation of the spatial dispersion leads to an appearance of the Meissner effect in perfect conductors in the same manner as in superconductors.
doi:10.1088/1742-6596/969/1/012078 fatcat:izgouwe5dbakxmklrmkrdhgbzm