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Singularities and Discontinuities in the Eigenfunction Expansions of the Dyadic Green's Functions for Biisotropic Media

By E. L. Tan and S. Y. Tan

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E. L. Tan and S. Y. Tan, "Singularities and Discontinuities in the Eigenfunction Expansions of the Dyadic Green's Functions for Biisotropic Media," Progress In Electromagnetics Research, Vol. 19, 301-318, 1998.

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