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

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A. L. Fetter angle of incidence angular dependence anisotropy Appendix Bloch function c-axis calculated charged layer collective modes component corresponding cross section damping defined in Eq determines dielectric constant dimensionless frequency dispersion relation Drude model Drude theory eigenvalues Ej(a electric field electric field vector expression Fourier transform grazing incidence hydrodynamic model incidence 9g incident velocity Inelastic Electron Scattering integral jth layer k/KF lattice sites layered array layered compounds layered electron gas linear response long-wavelength limit lowest band matrices normal incidence number of layers obtained P-polarization perpendicular perturbation Phys plane of incidence plasma oscillations polarization propagator potential V(z random phase approximation reciprocal lattice vectors reflected amplitude relation for plasma retarded polarization Rg and Rp Scattered Velocity single layer Snell's law solution of Eq step function superposition takes the form TaS2 tight-binding approximation two-dimensional vanishes wave functions wave number wave vector wavelength yields the result zero