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Remarks on the influence of quantum vacuum fluctuations over a charged test particle near a conducting wall
Journal of High Energy Physics
Quantum vacuum fluctuations of the electromagnetic field in empty space seem not to produce observable effects over the motion of a charged test particle. However, when a change in the background vacuum state is implemented, as for instance when a conducting boundary is introduced, dispersions of the particle velocity may occur. As a consequence, besides the existence of classical effects due to the interaction between particle and boundary, there will be a quantum contribution to the motion ofdoi:10.1007/jhep04(2019)072 fatcat:njfyobvuszboxdrayl3hdhovfu