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Observation of vacuum fluctuation in finite space

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Abstract

New shifts have been investigated for the gamma-ray emitted from nuclei placed between two parallel plates. The theoretical result of the shift is −2.13×10−8 eV with a plate separationb=1 mm for the transition from the ground state to the first excited state of193Ir. The preliminary experimental result is (−0.23±0.03)×10−8 eV forb=1 mm.

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Cheon, I. Observation of vacuum fluctuation in finite space. Hyperfine Interact 78, 231–234 (1993). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF00568143

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Keywords

  • Thin Film
  • Excited State
  • Theoretical Result
  • Parallel Plate
  • Preliminary Experimental Result