TY - CHAP
A1 - Giovanni Modanese
ED1 - Rodrigo Sobreiro
Y1 - 2012-02-15
PY - 2012
T1 - Anomalous Gravitational Vacuum Fluctuations Which Act as Virtual Oscillating Dipoles
N2 - The unification between gravity and quantum field theory is one of the major problems in contemporary fundamental Physics. It exists for almost one century, but a final answer is yet to be found. Although string theory and loop quantum gravity have brought many answers to the quantum gravity problem, they also came with a large set of extra questions. In addition to these last two techniques, many other alternative theories have emerged along the decades. This book presents a series of selected chapters written by renowned authors. Each chapter treats gravity and its quantization through known and alternative techniques, aiming a deeper understanding on the quantum nature of gravity. Quantum Gravity is a book where the reader will find a fine collection of physical and mathematical concepts, an up to date research, about the challenging puzzle of quantum gravity.
BT - Quantum Gravity
SP - Ch. 1
UR - https://doi.org/10.5772/35910
DO - 10.5772/35910
SN -
PB - IntechOpen
CY - Rijeka
Y2 - 2021-03-01
ER -