Spectroscopy of Nanoparticles without Light

@article{Fiedler2020SpectroscopyON,
  title={Spectroscopy of Nanoparticles without Light},
  author={Johannes Fiedler and Clas Persson and Stefan Yoshi Buhmann},
  journal={Physical Review Applied},
  year={2020}
}
One of the most important tools in modern science is the analysis of electromagnetic properties via spectroscopy. The various types of spectroscopy can be classified by the underlying type of interactions between energy and material. In this paper we demonstrate a new class of spectroscopy based on Casimir interactions between a solid investigated object and a reference surface embedded in an environmental liquid medium. Our main example is based on the measurement of Hamaker constants upon… 
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