Determinación clásica de la energía del punto cero para diferentes sistemas radiantes
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Constante de Planck
teoría de Maxwell
ecuación de Helmholtz Planck constant
Maxwell theory
Helmholtz equation

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González Sierra H, Mendoza Suárez JA, Sandoval Solano LD. Determinación clásica de la energía del punto cero para diferentes sistemas radiantes. ingeniare [Internet]. 23 de junio de 2023 [citado 23 de julio de 2024];(34):55-69. Disponible en: https://revistas.unilibre.edu.co/index.php/ingeniare/article/view/10984

Resumen

En este artículo se evalúa la energía electromagnética del punto cero, sin emplear la conceptualización usual de cuerpo negro y asociando una longitud característica o longitud lineal para el oscilador de una cavidad (sin usar argumentos de cuantización). Se determina la energía del punto cero para diversos sistemas radiantes reales, estableciendo que esta depende de un parámetro , que es del orden de la constante reducida de Planck ℏ.

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