Faraday effect

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Far·a·day ef·fect

(far'ă-dā e-fekt')
Result of planar rotation of polarized light seen when solutions are placed in a magnetic field.
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The phenomenon known as Faraday rotation could be the reason.
"Faraday rotation and chain formation in magnetic fluids." IEEE Transactions on Magnetics 25.4, 3121-3124, 1989
Currently, there is no practical way to detect gravitational Faraday rotation.
Enblin.: Measuring the cluster magnetic field power spectra from Faraday rotation maps of Abell 400, Abell 2634 and Hydra A, A and A, 412, 373 (2003).
To design CFCL junction with [pi]/4 Faraday rotation angle, the hybrid approach combining finite-difference frequency-domain technique, method of moments and mode matching technique (FDFD/MoM/MM) is applied.
The original observations were designed to measure Faraday rotation, a well-documented effect in which intergalactic magnetic fields rotate the angle of polarization of waves traveling through them.
used a property known as Faraday rotation for radio tomographic imaging of the magnetosphere.
According to the coupled-mode model [1] in such section the gyromagnetic coupling occurs resulting in Faraday rotation effect.
Chapter 3 discusses anisotropic and polarizable media, the concept of group and phase velocities, the gyromagnetic medium, Faraday rotation and waves in plasma.
The quasi-optical ferrite devices that can function as duplexers are based on the principle of Faraday rotation, in which the direction of the electric field of a linearly polarized wave traveling parallel to the magnetic field sufers a certain rotation per unit distance.
In particular, bismuth-substituted yttrium-iron garnet films (Bi:YIG) have very high magneto-optic Faraday rotation coefficients and low optical attenuation at wavelengths in the near infrared (1.3 to 1.6 [upsilon]m) frequency region.