The Effect of Forcing on Vacuum Radiation

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Jones-Smith, Katherine; Mathur, Harsh; Lowenstein, Ashton;
  • Subject: Quantum Physics

Vacuum radiation has been the subject of theoretical study in both cosmology and condensed matter physics for many decades. Recently there has been impressive progress in experimental realizations as well. Here we study vacuum radiation when a field mode is driven both ... View more
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