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Quantum Wonders

Posted by keelynet on July 5, 2010

Two items dealing with the space ‘vacuum’ providing lift;

Quantum wonders: Something for nothing – If you place two uncharged metal plates side by side in a vacuum, they will move towards each other, seemingly without reason. They won’t move a lot, mind. Two plates with an area of a square metre placed one-thousandth of a millimetre apart will feel a force equivalent to just over a tenth of a gram.

A similar uncertainty relation exists between energy and time, with a dramatic consequence. If space were ever truly empty, it would contain exactly zero energy at a precisely defined moment in time – something the uncertainty principle forbids us from knowing.

It follows that there is no such thing as a vacuum. According to quantum field theory, empty space is actually fizzing with short-lived stuff that appears, looks around a bit, decides it doesn’t like it and disappears again, all in the name of preventing the universe from violating the uncertainty principle. For the most part, this stuff is pairs of photons and their antiparticles that quickly annihilate in a puff of energy.

The tiny electric fields caused by these pop-up particles, and their effect on free electrons in metal plates, might explain the Casimir effect. Or they might not. Thanks to the uncertainty principle, the electric fields associated with the atoms in the metal plates also fluctuate.

These variations create tiny attractions called van der Waals forces between the atoms. “You can’t ascribe the Casimir force solely either to the zero point of the vacuum or to the zero point motion of the atoms that make up the plates,” says Lamoreaux.

“Either view is correct and arrives at the same physical result.” Whichever picture you adopt, the Casimir effect is big enough to be a problem. In nanoscale machines, for example, it could cause components in close proximity to stick together.

The way to avoid that might be simply to reverse the effect. In 1961, Russian physicists showed theoretically that combinations of materials with differing Casimir attractions can create scenarios where the overall effect is repulsion.

Evidence for this strange “quantum buoyancy” was announced in January 2009 by physicists from Harvard University who had set up gold and silica plates separated by the liquid bromobenzene (Nature, vol 457, p 170). (See my article on Rectifying Chaos written in 2000 and Something for Nothing Revisited written in 2001…takes some folks a long time to catchup. – JWD)” – Full Article Source

The two plates on the left start out slightly closer together than the ones on the right, so there is an imbalance in pressure that causes the plates to come together. If you look closely, you can see that low-frequency oscillations start getting “squeezed out” near the end of the video.

“In 1961, Russian theorists calculated that in certain circumstances, the Casimir effect could cause objects to repel one another – a scenario Capasso’s team have finally created experimentally. The team achieved this by adding a fluid, bromobenzene, to the setup.

The Casimir attraction between the liquid and the silica plate is stronger than that between the gold bead and the silica, so the fluid forces its way around the bead, pushing it away from the plate. The effect is akin to the buoyancy we experience in the macro world – where objects less dense than water are held up by the liquid around them. But in this case the bromobenzene is less dense than the solid bead. “You could call it quantum buoyancy,” Capasso told New Scientist.

The force he measured was feeble – amounting to just a few tens of piconewtons – but that is still enough to buoy up nanoscale objects. Quantum bearings – “The next experiment we want to do is use a TV camera to track the motion of one of these spheres, then we should be able to see easily whether you have levitation.” Harnessing the repulsive Casimir force could provide a kind of lubrication to solve the problem of nanomachines becoming gummed up by the better-known attractive version, says Capasso.

In theory you could instead use a liquid denser than the components to buoy them up, but that wouldn’t be practical. “These gizmos are usually made of metal, so you would have to use mercury,” he explains. Quantum buoyancy bearings could be used to build delicate sensors, such as a floating “nanocompass” to detect small-scale magnetic fields.” – Full Article Source

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