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Casimir effect via a generalized Matsubara formalism

@article{Rego2016CasimirEV,
  title={Casimir effect via a generalized Matsubara formalism},
  author={Andreson L. C. Rego and Cesar A. Linhares and Adolfo P. C. Malbouisson},
  journal={arXiv: Quantum Physics},
  year={2016}
}
We investigate the Casimir effect in the context of a nontrivial topology by means of a generalized Matsubara formalism. This is performed in the context of a scalar field in $D$ Euclidean spatial dimensions with $d$ compactified dimensions. The procedure gives us the advantage of considering simultaneously spatial constraints and thermal effects. In this sense, the Casimir pressure in a heated system between two infinite planes is obtained and the results are compared with those found in the… 

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