Casimir energy for a scalar field with a frequency dependent boundary condition


The Casimir effect [1,2] arises as a distortion of the vacuum energy of quantized fields due to the presence of boundaries (or nontrivial topologies) in the quantization domain. This effect, which has a quantum nature associated with the zero-point oscillations in the vacuum state, is significant in diverse areas of physics, from statistical physics to… (More)


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