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Nonlinear refraction index of vacuum above Schwinger limit
This question is more about trying to feel the waters in our current abilities to compute (or roughly estimate) the refraction index of vacuum, specifically when high numbers of electromagnetic quanta ...
Nov 27 '12 at 5:55
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