Strong Casimir force reduction through metallic surface nanostructuring

@article{Intravaia2013StrongCF,
  title={Strong Casimir force reduction through metallic surface nanostructuring},
  author={F. Intravaia and S. Koev and I. Jung and A. Talin and P. Davids and R. Decca and V. Aksyuk and D. Dalvit and D. L{\'o}pez},
  journal={Nature Communications},
  year={2013},
  volume={4}
}
The Casimir force between bodies in vacuum can be understood as arising from their interaction with an infinite number of fluctuating electromagnetic quantum vacuum modes, resulting in a complex dependence on the shape and material of the interacting objects. Becoming dominant at small separations, the force has a significant role in nanomechanics and object manipulation at the nanoscale, leading to a considerable interest in identifying structures where the Casimir interaction behaves… Expand

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