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Offline jaiii

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Is this the basis of the Casimir effect?
« on: 02/01/2014 12:42:24 »
Hey.

 I want to ask whether it would be as drawn to in Attachement gave rise to the dynamic Casimir effect?

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Re: Dynamic Casimir Effect
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Casimir effect
« Reply #2 on: 17/01/2014 20:04:06 »
Hey.

Creates the Casimir effect also in the tube with a diameter of 1e-6 m locating the vacuum?

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« Reply #3 on: 05/02/2014 14:53:15 »
Good day.

I would like to ask whether such a product can be produced:

1 Non-conductor material.
2, treated with laser
Prism 10 * 5 * 2 ​​e-2 m.
3 Cut into it 1mm thick plates.
4 Gap between the plates 10 to 50 e-6 m, so that the inner surfaces were modified as a very shiny mirror surface.
5 The plates must be very flexible to be able to choose 10e9 Hz.
At one end of the plates are in a single use.
The other end plates free.

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