Spontaneous emission vs. vacuum fluctuations View Full Text


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1982-03

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B. Fain

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Spontaneous emission exists both in classical and quantum theories. Vacuum fluctuations of the electromagnetic field give an essential contribution to the intensity of the spontaneous emission in the low-lying levels of matter. Vacuum fluctuations play a crucialrole when matter is in its ground state. They are the cause of the stability of the ground state. More... »

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73-78

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