## The Electrodynamics of the Layered Electron Gas in the Hydrodynamic and Tight-binding Models |

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### Contents

Dinensionless Frequency vs Vavenumber for Fixed | 20 |

Scattering Geometry for Fixed 9 and Opposing Azimuths | 31 |

The Hydrodynamic Model | 40 |

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angle of incidence angular dependence anisotropy Appendix background dielectric constant Bloch function c-axis calculated charged layer collective modes component damping defined in Eq determined dielectric constant dielectric constant 6q dispersion relation Drude model Drude theory eigenvalues electric field electric field vector evaluated expression factor Fourier transform grazing incidence hydrodynamic model incidence 9q incident velocity inelastic electron scattering integral jth layer k/KF layered array layered compounds layered electron gas long-wavelength limit lowest band lowest order magnetic field matrices normal incidence number of layers obtained P-polarization perpendicular plane of incidence plane waves plasma oscillations plasmon polarization propagator potential V(z radiation reciprocal lattice vectors reflectance measurements reflected amplitude Rg and Rp Schrodinger Equation sinh Snell's law solution of Eq speed of sound step function superposition takes the form TaS2 tight-binding approximation tight-binding model transition metal dichalcogenides vanishes wave functions wave number wave vector wavelength yields the result zero