Rayleigh Was Right: Electromagnetic Fields and Corrugated Interfaces

Lord Rayleigh theorized that the electromagnetic field in a periodically corrugated interface is composed of waves outgoing from the interface. A careful numerical analysis suggests that this hypothesis is true well beyond the commonly stated limit.

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