Direct sampling of electric-field vacuum fluctuations

@article{Riek2015DirectSO,
  title={Direct sampling of electric-field vacuum fluctuations},
  author={C. Riek and D. Seletskiy and A. Moskalenko and J. Schmidt and P. Krauspe and S. Eckart and S. Eggert and G. Burkard and A. Leitenstorfer},
  journal={Science},
  year={2015},
  volume={350},
  pages={420 - 423}
}
Probing the fluctuating vacuum According to quantum mechanics, a vacuum is not empty space. A consequence of the uncertainly principle is that particles or energy can come into existence for a fleeting moment. Such vacuum or quantum fluctuations are known to exist, but evidence for them has been indirect. Riek et al. present an ultrafast optical based technique that probes the vacuum fluctuation of electromagnetic radiation directly. Science, this issue p. 420 Ultrafast optics can directly… Expand
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