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By I. Bere

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A new permittivity is defined for anisotropic dielectrics with permanent polarization, which allows obtaining simple connections between the quantities of electric field. As an application, using the defined quantity, we will demonstrate advantageous forms of the refraction theorems of the two-dimensional electric field lines at the separation surface of two anisotropic dielectrics with permanent polarization, anisotropic by orthogonal directions.

I. Bere, "The Permittivity for Anisotropic Dielectrics with Permanent Polarization," Progress In Electromagnetics Research M, Vol. 23, 263-277, 2012.

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