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VOLUME 36 | ISSUE 6 | PAGE 193
Oscillation of the transparency of metals in a weak magnetic field
It is shown that under the conditions of the anomalous skin effect in a weak magnetic field H, parallel to the surface of a conductor, effective electrons form not only the skin layer but also a weakly damped component of the electromagnetic field. As a result, the transparency of thin metallic plates in the microwave range oscillates as a function of the magnetic field, while the period of these oscillations with respect to Η ~1/2 is determined by the location characteristics of the Fermi surface.