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Interaction energy of dissimilar dielectric surfaces
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4.I am grateful to Dr. M. L. Glasser for bringing my attention to this trick for determining the location and size of the images.
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7.The extension to wavevector‐dependent dielectric response functions amounts to the following: (i) Calculate the potentials when the dielectric constants are independent of wave vector; (ii) Fourier transform everything in sight, replacing the ε’s by the appropriate (iii) check that the results satisfy the appropriate differential equations and boundary conditions. The last step is, of course, critical.
8.Here and in the following, the wave vector and frequency dependence of the dielectric response functions is suppressed except where needed for clarity.
9.The infinitesimal imaginary parts (iη) appearing in the denominators arise as a result of the infinite limits on the z integrations and are retained to tell us how to approach the point
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