Casimir forces on a silicon micromechanical chip.

@article{Zou2013CasimirFO,
  title={Casimir forces on a silicon micromechanical chip.},
  author={J. Zou and Z. Marcet and A. Rodriguez and M. T. H. Reid and A. McCauley and I. Kravchenko and T. Lu and Y. Bao and S. Johnson and H. B. Chan},
  journal={Nature communications},
  year={2013},
  volume={4},
  pages={
          1845
        }
}
Quantum fluctuations give rise to van der Waals and Casimir forces that dominate the interaction between electrically neutral objects at sub-micron separations. Under the trend of miniaturization, such quantum electrodynamical effects are expected to play an important role in micro- and nano-mechanical devices. Nevertheless, utilization of Casimir forces on the chip level remains a major challenge because all experiments so far require an external object to be manually positioned close to the… Expand
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