Observation of the skin-depth effect on the Casimir force between metallic surfaces
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CitationLisanti, M., D. Iannuzzi, and F. Capasso. 2005. “Observation of the Skin-Depth Effect on the Casimir Force between Metallic Surfaces.” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 102 (34): 11989–92. https://doi.org/10.1073/pnas.0505614102.
AbstractWe have performed measurements of the Casimir force between a metallic plate and a transparent sphere coated with metallic films of different thicknesses. We have observed that, if the thickness of the coating is less than the skin-depth of the electromagnetic modes that mostly contribute to the interaction, the force is significantly smaller than that measured with a thick bulk-like film. Our results provide direct evidence of the skin-depth effect on the Casimir force between metallic surfaces.
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