The movement of molecules and nanoparticles in potential field with the Casimir force in nano volumes with different optical boundaries
This work is devoted to the problem of dynamics of molecules and nanoparticles in fields in following potentials: the Casimir force, the van der Waals interactions, the Coulomb potential for charged particles, the potential energies for bonds, and the electric potential. In the general case, molecules or nanoparticles move in nano volumes with walls of different optical properties. In particular, the matter at boundary can be with zero refracted index (Vesseur E J R et al 2013 Phys. Rev. Lett. 110 013902; Uvarova L A 2005 AIP congress). Current model can be used to investigate dynamical and configuration properties of particle systems, and to determine influences of molecules interactions with the walls. It is accepted that the Casimir force affects the velocity distribution function, the total energy, and equilibrium properties that produce rise of temperature, pressure and energy deviations. In many-atom molecules or nanoparticles interactions with the Casimir force are more complex, but they give opportunity to control admixtures and modification of system under the influence of electromagnetic waves.