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The term BW is not as much used because backward waves can be excited in other types of structures. The NRI term seems to be appropriate when dealing with two- or three-dimensional structures, but it is not meaningful for one-dimensional structures where propagation angles are not involved. The terms above represent in each case a property resulting from a wave propagating within the metamaterial structure. The term DNG is instead a consequence of the properties of the (effective) constitutive parameters of the material itself (whose permittivity and permeability have both negative values).

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