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CASIMIR EFFECTS IN GRAPHENE SYSTEMS: UNEXPECTED POWER LAWS

Bo E. Sernelius

International Journal of Modern Physics: Conference Series, 14 531–540 (2012)

 

We present calculations of the zero-temperature Casimir interaction between two freestanding graphene sheets as well as between a graphene sheet and a substrate. Results are given for undoped graphene and for a set of doping levels covering the range of experimentally accessible values. We describe different approaches that can be used to derive the interaction. We point out both the predicted power law for the interaction and the actual distance dependence.


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