Casimir wormholes in modified symmetric teleparallel gravity

@article{Hassan2022CasimirWI,
  title={Casimir wormholes in modified symmetric teleparallel gravity},
  author={Zinnat Hassan and Sayantani Ghosh and Pradyumna Kumar Sahoo and Kazuharu Bamba},
  journal={The European Physical Journal C},
  year={2022}
}
In recent years there has been a growing interest in the field of Casimir wormhole. In classical general relativity (GR), it is known that the null energy condition (NEC) has to be violated to have a wormhole to be stable. The Casimir effect is an experimentally verified effect that is caused due to the vacuum field fluctuations in quantum field theory. Since the Casimir effect provides the negative energy density, thus this act as an ideal candidate for the exotic matter needed for the… 

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