Long-Range Casimir Forces: Theory and Recent Experiments on Atomic Systems by Frank S. Levin

Long-Range Casimir Forces: Theory and Recent Experiments on Atomic Systems

EditorFrank S. Levin, David A. Micha, David Micha

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Written for the nonspecialist, this book reviews current experimental and theoretical research on long-range forces of the Casimir-Polder type as related to atomic traps and their stability, atomic clocks, and binding forces between surfaces. Researchers and graduate students in solid-state, molecular, nuclear, and chemical physics will be introduced to the broad picture as well as many particulars of the field.

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Title:Long-Range Casimir Forces: Theory and Recent Experiments on Atomic SystemsFormat:HardcoverDimensions:372 pages, 9.21 × 6.14 × 0 inPublisher:Springer US

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ISBN - 10:0306443856

ISBN - 13:9780306443855

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An Overview of LongRange Casimir Interactions; L. Spruch. Experimental Studies of High-L Rydberg States in Helium; S.R. Lundeen. High Precision Calculations for the Rydberg States of Helium; G.W.F. Drake. High Rydberg States of Two-Electron Atoms in Perturbation Theory; R.J. Drachman. Long-Range Electromagnetic Forces in Quantum Theory; J. Sucher, G. Feinberg. Index.