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Black Body Quantum Fluctuations and Relativity

DOI: 10.4236/jmp.2016.713152, PP. 1668-1701

Keywords: Quantum Physics, Thermodynamics, Relativity

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The paper introduces a simple theoretical model aimed to provide a possible derivation of the quantum fluctuations of the black body radiation. The model offers the chance of inferring and linking contextually quantum and relativistic results.

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