Strong Thermal and Electrostatic Manipulation of the Casimir Force in Graphene Multilayers.

@article{Abbas2017StrongTA,
  title={Strong Thermal and Electrostatic Manipulation of the Casimir Force in Graphene Multilayers.},
  author={Chahine Abbas and Brahim Guizal and Mauro Antezza},
  journal={Physical review letters},
  year={2017},
  volume={118 12},
  pages={
          126101
        }
}
We show that graphene-dielectric multilayers give rise to an unusual tunability of the Casimir-Lifshitz forces and allow to easily realize completely different regimes within the same structure. Concerning thermal effects, graphene-dielectric multilayers take advantage of the anomalous features predicted for isolated suspended graphene sheets, even though they are considerably affected by the presence of the dielectric substrate. They can also achieve the anomalous nonmonotonic thermal metallic… 
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