Deflection of light by a Coulomb charge in Born–Infeld electrodynamics

  title={Deflection of light by a Coulomb charge in Born–Infeld electrodynamics},
  author={Jin Young Kim},
Jin Young Kim a1 Department of Physics, Kunsan National University, Kunsan 54150, Korea Abstract We study the propagation of light under a strong electric field in Born-Infeld electrrdynamics. The nonlinear effect can be described by the effective indices of refraction. Because the effective indices of refraction depend on the background electric field, the path of light can be bent when the background field is non-uniform. We compute the bending angle of light by a Born-Infeld-type Coulomb… 
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