Abstract

The Goos–Hänchen (GH) shift from a planar interface of a dielectric and anisotropic medium (orthorhombic dielectric magnetic anisotropic, in our case) is determined and investigated. The wavevector plane for an anisotropic medium can be divided into four regions, which further supports propagating, propagating and evanescent, evanescent, and non-uniform (ghost) waves. Tangential components of the incident wavevector are adjusted in order to address these regions one by one. The possibility of the existence/non-existence of the GH shift for waves related to these regions is reported.

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