Spatial dispersion in Casimir forces: a brief review

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Esquivel-Sirvent, R. and Villarreal, C. and Mochan, W.L. and Contreras-Reyes, A.M. and Svetovoy, V.B. (2006) Spatial dispersion in Casimir forces: a brief review. Journal of physics A: mathematical and general, 39 . pp. 6323-6331. ISSN 0305-4470

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Abstract:We present the basic principles of non-local optics in connection with the calculation of the Casimir force between half-spaces and thin films. At currently
accessible distances L, non-local corrections amount to about half a per cent, but they increase roughly as 1/L at smaller separations. Self-consistent models lead to corrections with the opposite sign as models with abrupt surfaces.
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Official URL:http://dx.doi.org/10.1088/0305-4470/39/21/S24
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