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Vacuum quantum effects in strong fields

AndreiМ† AnatolК№evich Grib

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Published
**1994**
by Friedmann Laboratory Pub. in St. Petersburg
.

Written in English

**Edition Notes**

Statement | A.A. Grib, S.G. Mamayev, and V.M. Mostepanenko. |

Contributions | Mamayev, S. G., Mostepanenko, Vladimir Mikhaĭlovich. |

Classifications | |
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LC Classifications | MLCM 99/02513 (Q) |

The Physical Object | |

Pagination | 361 p. : |

Number of Pages | 361 |

ID Numbers | |

Open Library | OL430468M |

LC Control Number | 98137794 |

The quantum vacuum is unstable under the influence of an external electric field, as the virtual electron-positron dipole pairs can gain energy from the external field. If the field is sufficiently strong, these virtual particles can gain the threshold pair creation energy 2mc^2 and become real Author: Gerald Dunne. The best way to get a handle on odd quantum effects is to look at what the effect would mean physically. One prediction made from the idea of vacuum fluctuation is that a strong enough electric field should polarize those fluctuations. In this case we are talking about polarizing virtual electron-positron pairs.

This is the new ether of the 21st century. The electromagnetic and gravitational fields, as well as the fields transferring the weak and the strong interactions, all represent different types of collective motion of the quantum vacuum.” The book is packed full with parallels between fundamental QFT in the Core Theory and condensed matter physics. I have answered this question on Quora so many times I could have written a book. In fact, I did write a book, “Fields of Color”, and here is the answer taken from the book. (If you can’t afford $ for the eversion, you can read the final Chapt.

In this thesis, nonperturbative pair creation from the quantum field theoretic ground state in the presence of strong macroscopic gauge fields is studied. Employing different approaches such as the string inspired worldline formalism, the worldline instanton method, semiclassical WKB techniques as well as quantum kinetic theory, we investigate various aspects of this so-called Schwinger effect. Description; Chapters; Supplementary; Forces of the Quantum Vacuum presents a number of theoretical approaches to Casimir, van der Waals and Casimir–Polder forces that have been fruitfully employed in mainstream research, and also reviews the experimental evidence for Casimir forces. Beginning with basic ideas in quantum mechanics and building its way to a sophisticated form .

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Book Title Vacuum quantum effects in strong fields: Author(s) Grib, A A; Mamayev, S G; Mostepanenko, V M: Publication St Cited by: Open Vacuum quantum effects in strong fields book is an open, editable library catalog, building towards a web page for every book ever published.

Vacuum quantum effects in strong fields by Andreĭ Anatolʹevich Grib,Friedmann Laboratory Pub. edition, in EnglishPages: Many-Body Effects in QED of Strong Fields.- Self-Consistent Hartree-Fock Equations.- Self-Energy Effects in Atoms.- Self-Energy in Superheavy Atoms.- Supercharged Vacuum.- The Problem of a Supercritical Point Charge.- Overcritical Single-Particle States.- Screening Effects of the Vacuum Charge.- Quantum chromodynamics (or QCD) is the portion of the Standard Model that deals with strong interactions, and QCD vacuum is the vacuum of quantum chromodynamics.

It is the object of study in the Large Hadron Collider and the Relativistic Heavy Ion Collider, and is related to the so-called vacuum structure of strong interactions.

Some Useful References The following are some books that you might ﬁnd useful: A.A. Grib, S. Mamaev, V. Mostepanenko, Quantum Eﬀects in Strong Ex-ternal Fields (Moscow, Atomizdat, ) (in Russian) [English translation: Vacuum Quantum Eﬀects in Strong Fields, (Friedmann Laboratory Publishing, burg, )].

The QED vacuum is the field-theoretic vacuum of quantum is the lowest energy state (the ground state) of the electromagnetic field when the fields are quantized. When Planck's constant is hypothetically allowed to approach zero, QED vacuum is converted to classical vacuum, which is to say, the vacuum of classical electromagnetism.

1. Vacuum Field fluctuations occur only because the field itself is stretching. Which means that at a point they break and hence create a virtual particle. In other words these breakage in the vacuum field gives rise to causes for big-bang and hence the reason for origin of a new Universe.

Get this from a library. Physics of Strong Fields. [Walter Greiner] -- The NATO Advanced Study Institute on Physios of St~ong Fields was held at Maratea/Italy from June, The school was devoted to the advances, theoretical and experimental, in physics of.

INTRODUCTION TO QUANTUM EFFECTS IN GRAVITY This is the first introductory textbook on quantum field theory in gravitational backgrounds intended for undergraduate and beginning graduate students in the fields of theoretical astrophysics, cosmology, particle physics, and string theory.

Quantum Electrodynamics of Strong Fields With an Introduction into Modern Relativistic Quantum Mechanics. Authors Many-Body Effects in QED of Strong Fields.

Walter Greiner, Berndt Müller, Johann Rafelski. (vacuum) of the electron-posi tron field in superstrong electric fields. Quantum field theory is the result of the combination of classical field theory, quantum mechanics, and special relativity.: xi A brief overview of these theoretical precursors is in order.

The earliest successful classical field theory is one that emerged from Newton's law of universal gravitation, despite the complete absence of the concept of fields from his treatise Philosophiæ.

Part I covers the fundamentals of the subject and Part II the more advanced topics such as causal structure, and quantum effects. The book uses the abstract index notation for tensors. [2] It treats spinors, the variational-principle formulation, the initial-value formulation, (exact) gravitational waves, singularities, Penrose diagrams Author: Robert Wald.

Abstract. Recently substantial progress has been achieved in the theory of vacuum quantum effects in external gravitational field. Here we may mention Hawking’s discovery of the black holes quantum evaporation and the complete analysis of vacuum quantum effects in isotropic by: 3.

Elementary Introduction to Quantum Fields in and V. MOSTEPANENKO, Vacuum quantum effects in strong ﬁelds (Friedmann Laboratory Publishing, St. Petersburg, ). The following book contains a signiﬁcantly more detailed presentation of the material of this course, and much more: [MW07] V. MUKHANOV and S.

WINITZKI, Quantum Effects File Size: KB. Vacuum Polarization: Arbitrarily Strong External Potentials. Pages Greiner, Professor Dr. Walter (et al.) Preview Buy Chap19 € Many-Body Effects in QED of Strong Fields.

Pages Quantum Electrodynamics of Strong Fields Book Subtitle. @article{osti_, title = {Quantum effects of the interaction of elementary particles with an intense electromagnetic field}, author = {Ritus, V I}, abstractNote = {The characteristic value of the electromagnetic field intensity in quantum electrodynamics is studied and presented.

General remarks are given on processes in an intense electromagnetic field and their description is detailed. This Advanced Study Institute (ASI) brought together two distinct "schools of approach" to Quantum Electrodynamics (QED) in the presence of intense, external, electromagnetic fields, in an effort to lay a joint foundation for a needed theoretical explanation of the sharp e+ e- "resonances".

Since the work of Sauter, and Heisenberg, Euler and Köckel, it has been understood that vacuum polarization effects in quantum electrodynamics (QED) predict remarkable new phenomena such as light-light scattering and pair production from vacuum.

However, these fundamental effects are difficult to probe experimentally because they are very weak, and they are difficult to analyze theoretically Cited by: Vacuum effects in a spatially homogeneous and isotropic cosmological background.

Vacuum Quantum Effects in Strong Fields. that a book on quantum electrodynamics at the present time would. A quantum vacuum is simply a fancy name for the ground state. That is, it is the lowest energy state of the system.

The interesting thing about the electric and magnetic fields in quantum electrodynamics is that their ground state is represented by zero photons. Vacuum phantom effects have also been proposed at the molecular level for DNA.

99, We note also that the quantum vacuum produces real measurable effects such as the Lamb shift, the Casimir effect (which occurs when charged parallel electrodes are closely adjacent ), and the Bose condensation mentioned above. 30Cited by: Remember the wave-particle duality?

Mind-blowing, right.? Well, you might as well forget about it. In fact, there are no particles and no waves; just fields. Both "particles" and "waves" are merely two ways in which we naively interpret quantum f.