Casimir interactions in strained graphene systems

  • Phan A
  • Phan T
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We theoretically study the strain effect on the Casimir interactions in graphene based systems. We found that the interactions between two strained graphene sheets are strongly dependent on the direction of stretching. The influence of the strain on the dispersion interactions is still strong in the presence of dielectric substrates but is relatively weak when the substrate is metallic. Our studies would suggest new ways to design next generation devices.

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  • Casimir interactions
  • Graphene optical conductivity
  • Lifshitz theory
  • Quantum fluctuations
  • Strained graphene

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