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Despite more than half a century of theoretical work, the Casimir effect is still not as fully understood as some suppose. In this treatise, the author uncovers new puzzles and paradoxes concerning this mysterious phenomenon. In particular, he clearly demonstrates that the most sophisticated theories fail when confronted with dielectrics in which the refractive index is not uniform but gradually changes.
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William Simpson is a postdoctoral fellow at The Weizmann Institute, Israel. He completed his PhD at the University of St Andrews in 2014, having graduated with a first class MPhys in Theoretical Physics and Mathematics in 2010 and been awarded a SUPA Priz