Possible measurable effects of light propagating in electromagnetized vacuum, as predicted by a scalar tensor theory of gravitation

@inproceedings{Raptis2013PossibleME,
  title={Possible measurable effects of light propagating in electromagnetized vacuum, as predicted by a scalar tensor theory of gravitation},
  author={Theophanes E. Raptis and Fernando O. Minotti},
  year={2013}
}
The effect of static electromagnetic fields on the propagation of light is analyzed in the context of a particular class of scalar-tensor gravitational theories. It is found that for appropriate field configurations and light polarization, anomalous amplitude variations of the light as it propagates in either a magnetized or electrified vacuum are strong enough to be detectable in relatively simple laboratory experiments. rtheo@dat.demokritos.gr minotti@df.uba.ar 

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