By L. C. Biedenharn
This 1985 textual content develops the speculation of angular momentum from the point of view of a basic symmetry in nature and exhibits how this idea pertains to utilized parts of study in smooth quantum physics
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The result is shown in Fig. 7. 3-emig 30 Fig. 7. 8 · 10−14 sec as function of the radius R, measured in units of π/kF . Also shown is the corresponding ratio Rσdc (R)/c that determines the Casimir interaction of Eq. (46). 66 is indicated by the dashed line. 15 compared to the bulk Drude value. 8. These results show that shape and material properties are important for the Casimir interaction between nano-particles. Potential applications include the interaction between dilute suspensions of metallic nano-particles.
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