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The Casimir effect : physical manifestations of zeropoint energy, K.A. Milton
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 In its simplest manifestation, the Casimir effect is a quantum force of attraction between two parallel uncharged conducting plates. More generally, it refers to the interaction  which may be either attractive or repulsive  between material bodies due to quantum fluctuations in whatever fields are relevant. It is a local version of the van der Waals force between molecules. Its sweep ranges from perhaps its being the origin of the cosmological constant to its being responsible for the confinement of quarks. This monograph develops the theory of such forces, based primarily on physically transparent Green's function techniques, and makes applications from quarks to the cosmos, as well as observable consequences in condensed matter systems. It is aimed at graduate students and researchers in theoretical physics, quantum field theory, and applied mathematics
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 Ch. 1. Introduction to the Casimir effect. 1.1. Van der Waals forces. 1.2. Casimir effect. 1.3. Dimensional dependence. 1.4. Applications. 1.5. Local effects. 1.6. Sonoluminescence. 1.7. Radiative corrections. 1.8. Other topics. 1.9. Conclusion. 1.10. General references
 ch. 2. Casimir force between parallel plates. 2.1. Introduction. 2.2. Dimensional regularization. 2.3. Scalar Green's function. 2.4. Massive scalar. 2.5. Finite temperature. 2.6. Electromagnetic Casimir force. 2.7. Fermionic Casimir force
 ch. 3. Casimir force between parallel dielectrics. 3.1. The Lifshitz theory. 3.2. Applications. 3.3. Experimental verification of the Casimir effect
 ch. 4. Casimir effect with perfect spherical boundaries. 4.1. Electromagnetic Casimir selfstress on a spherical shell. 4.2. Fermion fluctuations
 ch. 5. The Casimir effect of a dielectric ball: the equivalence of the Casimir effect and van der Waals forces. 5.1. Green's dyadic formulation. 5.2. Stress on the sphere. 5.3. Total energy. 5.4. Fresnel drag. 5.5. Electrostriction. 5.6. Dilute dielectricdiamagnetic sphere. 5.7. Dilute dielectric ball. 5.8. Conducting ball. 5.9. Van der Waals selfstress for a dilute dielectric sphere. 5.10. Discussion
 ch. 6. Application to hadronic physics: zeropoint energy in the bag model. 6.1. Zeropoint energy of confined gluons. 6.2. Zeropoint energy of confined virtual quarks. 6.3. Discussion and applications. 6.4. Calculation of the bag constant. 6.5. Recent work
 ch. 7. Casimir effect in cylindrical geometries. 7.1. Conducting circular cylinder. 7.2. Dielectricdiamagnetic cylinder
 uniform speed of light. 7.3. Van der Waals energy of a dielectric cylinder
 ch. 8. Casimir effect in two dimensions: the MaxwellChernSimons Casimir effect. 8.1. Introduction. 8.2. Casimir effect in 2 + 1 dimensions. 8.3. Circular boundary conditions. 8.4. Scalar Casimir effect on a circle
 ch. 9. Casimir effect on a Ddimensional sphere. 9.1. Scalar or TE modes. 9.2. TM modes. 9.3. Toward a finite D = 2 Casimir effect
 ch. 10. Cosmological implications of the Casimir effect. 10.1. Scalar Casimir energies in M[symbol] x S[symbol]. 10.2. Discussion. 10.3. The cosmological constant
 ch. 11. Local effects. 11.1. Parallel plates. 11.2. Local Casimir effect for wedge geometry. 11.3. Other work. 11.4. Quark and gluon condensates in the bag model. 11.5. Surface divergences
 ch. 12. Sonoluminescence and the dynamical Casimir effect. 12.1. Introduction. 12.2. The adiabatic approximation. 12.3. Discussion of form of force on surface. 12.4. Bulk energy. 12.5. Dynamical Casimir effect
 ch. 13. Radiative corrections to the Casimir effect. 13.1. Formalism for computing radiative corrections. 13.2. Radiative corrections for parallel conducting plates. 13.3. Radiative corrections for a spherical boundary. 13.4. Conclusions
 ch. 14. Conclusions and outlook
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 9781281956200
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 The Casimir effect : physical manifestations of zeropoint energy
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 The Casimir effect
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 physical manifestations of zeropoint energy
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 K.A. Milton
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 In its simplest manifestation, the Casimir effect is a quantum force of attraction between two parallel uncharged conducting plates. More generally, it refers to the interaction  which may be either attractive or repulsive  between material bodies due to quantum fluctuations in whatever fields are relevant. It is a local version of the van der Waals force between molecules. Its sweep ranges from perhaps its being the origin of the cosmological constant to its being responsible for the confinement of quarks. This monograph develops the theory of such forces, based primarily on physically transparent Green's function techniques, and makes applications from quarks to the cosmos, as well as observable consequences in condensed matter systems. It is aimed at graduate students and researchers in theoretical physics, quantum field theory, and applied mathematics
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 Ch. 1. Introduction to the Casimir effect. 1.1. Van der Waals forces. 1.2. Casimir effect. 1.3. Dimensional dependence. 1.4. Applications. 1.5. Local effects. 1.6. Sonoluminescence. 1.7. Radiative corrections. 1.8. Other topics. 1.9. Conclusion. 1.10. General references  ch. 2. Casimir force between parallel plates. 2.1. Introduction. 2.2. Dimensional regularization. 2.3. Scalar Green's function. 2.4. Massive scalar. 2.5. Finite temperature. 2.6. Electromagnetic Casimir force. 2.7. Fermionic Casimir force  ch. 3. Casimir force between parallel dielectrics. 3.1. The Lifshitz theory. 3.2. Applications. 3.3. Experimental verification of the Casimir effect  ch. 4. Casimir effect with perfect spherical boundaries. 4.1. Electromagnetic Casimir selfstress on a spherical shell. 4.2. Fermion fluctuations  ch. 5. The Casimir effect of a dielectric ball: the equivalence of the Casimir effect and van der Waals forces. 5.1. Green's dyadic formulation. 5.2. Stress on the sphere. 5.3. Total energy. 5.4. Fresnel drag. 5.5. Electrostriction. 5.6. Dilute dielectricdiamagnetic sphere. 5.7. Dilute dielectric ball. 5.8. Conducting ball. 5.9. Van der Waals selfstress for a dilute dielectric sphere. 5.10. Discussion  ch. 6. Application to hadronic physics: zeropoint energy in the bag model. 6.1. Zeropoint energy of confined gluons. 6.2. Zeropoint energy of confined virtual quarks. 6.3. Discussion and applications. 6.4. Calculation of the bag constant. 6.5. Recent work  ch. 7. Casimir effect in cylindrical geometries. 7.1. Conducting circular cylinder. 7.2. Dielectricdiamagnetic cylinder  uniform speed of light. 7.3. Van der Waals energy of a dielectric cylinder  ch. 8. Casimir effect in two dimensions: the MaxwellChernSimons Casimir effect. 8.1. Introduction. 8.2. Casimir effect in 2 + 1 dimensions. 8.3. Circular boundary conditions. 8.4. Scalar Casimir effect on a circle  ch. 9. Casimir effect on a Ddimensional sphere. 9.1. Scalar or TE modes. 9.2. TM modes. 9.3. Toward a finite D = 2 Casimir effect  ch. 10. Cosmological implications of the Casimir effect. 10.1. Scalar Casimir energies in M[symbol] x S[symbol]. 10.2. Discussion. 10.3. The cosmological constant  ch. 11. Local effects. 11.1. Parallel plates. 11.2. Local Casimir effect for wedge geometry. 11.3. Other work. 11.4. Quark and gluon condensates in the bag model. 11.5. Surface divergences  ch. 12. Sonoluminescence and the dynamical Casimir effect. 12.1. Introduction. 12.2. The adiabatic approximation. 12.3. Discussion of form of force on surface. 12.4. Bulk energy. 12.5. Dynamical Casimir effect  ch. 13. Radiative corrections to the Casimir effect. 13.1. Formalism for computing radiative corrections. 13.2. Radiative corrections for parallel conducting plates. 13.3. Radiative corrections for a spherical boundary. 13.4. Conclusions  ch. 14. Conclusions and outlook
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 The Casimir effect : physical manifestations of zeropoint energy, K.A. Milton
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 Ch. 1. Introduction to the Casimir effect. 1.1. Van der Waals forces. 1.2. Casimir effect. 1.3. Dimensional dependence. 1.4. Applications. 1.5. Local effects. 1.6. Sonoluminescence. 1.7. Radiative corrections. 1.8. Other topics. 1.9. Conclusion. 1.10. General references  ch. 2. Casimir force between parallel plates. 2.1. Introduction. 2.2. Dimensional regularization. 2.3. Scalar Green's function. 2.4. Massive scalar. 2.5. Finite temperature. 2.6. Electromagnetic Casimir force. 2.7. Fermionic Casimir force  ch. 3. Casimir force between parallel dielectrics. 3.1. The Lifshitz theory. 3.2. Applications. 3.3. Experimental verification of the Casimir effect  ch. 4. Casimir effect with perfect spherical boundaries. 4.1. Electromagnetic Casimir selfstress on a spherical shell. 4.2. Fermion fluctuations  ch. 5. The Casimir effect of a dielectric ball: the equivalence of the Casimir effect and van der Waals forces. 5.1. Green's dyadic formulation. 5.2. Stress on the sphere. 5.3. Total energy. 5.4. Fresnel drag. 5.5. Electrostriction. 5.6. Dilute dielectricdiamagnetic sphere. 5.7. Dilute dielectric ball. 5.8. Conducting ball. 5.9. Van der Waals selfstress for a dilute dielectric sphere. 5.10. Discussion  ch. 6. Application to hadronic physics: zeropoint energy in the bag model. 6.1. Zeropoint energy of confined gluons. 6.2. Zeropoint energy of confined virtual quarks. 6.3. Discussion and applications. 6.4. Calculation of the bag constant. 6.5. Recent work  ch. 7. Casimir effect in cylindrical geometries. 7.1. Conducting circular cylinder. 7.2. Dielectricdiamagnetic cylinder  uniform speed of light. 7.3. Van der Waals energy of a dielectric cylinder  ch. 8. Casimir effect in two dimensions: the MaxwellChernSimons Casimir effect. 8.1. Introduction. 8.2. Casimir effect in 2 + 1 dimensions. 8.3. Circular boundary conditions. 8.4. Scalar Casimir effect on a circle  ch. 9. Casimir effect on a Ddimensional sphere. 9.1. Scalar or TE modes. 9.2. TM modes. 9.3. Toward a finite D = 2 Casimir effect  ch. 10. Cosmological implications of the Casimir effect. 10.1. Scalar Casimir energies in M[symbol] x S[symbol]. 10.2. Discussion. 10.3. The cosmological constant  ch. 11. Local effects. 11.1. Parallel plates. 11.2. Local Casimir effect for wedge geometry. 11.3. Other work. 11.4. Quark and gluon condensates in the bag model. 11.5. Surface divergences  ch. 12. Sonoluminescence and the dynamical Casimir effect. 12.1. Introduction. 12.2. The adiabatic approximation. 12.3. Discussion of form of force on surface. 12.4. Bulk energy. 12.5. Dynamical Casimir effect  ch. 13. Radiative corrections to the Casimir effect. 13.1. Formalism for computing radiative corrections. 13.2. Radiative corrections for parallel conducting plates. 13.3. Radiative corrections for a spherical boundary. 13.4. Conclusions  ch. 14. Conclusions and outlook
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