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Material dependence of Casimir forces: Gradient expansion beyond proximity
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10.1063/1.3686903
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Parametrization of the profile of a gently curved dielectric surface near a flat dielectric plate.

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(Color online) for a gold sphere in front of a gold plate, computed using the tabulated optical data for gold, see Ref. 19. Crosses correspond to T = 300 K, while the dashed line is for T = 0 K. The solid line is for an ideal conductor at T = 300 K. For ideal conductors at T = 0, independently of separation. The inset depicts the same data, for gold at 300 K, as a function of separation (in microns) on a linear scale.

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Scitation: Material dependence of Casimir forces: Gradient expansion beyond proximity
http://aip.metastore.ingenta.com/content/aip/journal/apl/100/7/10.1063/1.3686903
10.1063/1.3686903
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