Casimir-Foucault interaction : Free energy and entropy at low temperature

@article{Intravaia2010CasimirFoucaultI,
  title={Casimir-Foucault interaction : Free energy and entropy at low temperature},
  author={F. Intravaia and S. A. Ellingsen and C. Henkel},
  journal={Physical Review A},
  year={2010},
  volume={82},
  pages={032504}
}
  • F. Intravaia, S. A. Ellingsen, C. Henkel
  • Published 2010
  • Physics
  • Physical Review A
  • The present thesis focuses on several topics within three separate but related branches of the overall field of dispersion forces. The three branches are: temperature corrections to the Casimir force between real materials (Part 1), explicit calculation of Casimir energy in wedge geometries (Part 2), and Casimir-Polder forces on particles out of thermal equilibrium (Part 3). Part 1 deals primarily with analysis of a previously purported thermodynamic inconsistency in the Casimir-Lifshitz free… CONTINUE READING
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