Near-field radiative energy transfer between sphere-sphere and sphere-flat surfaces

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Near-field thermal radiation between two spheres was first reported by Volokitin and Persson [1] by assuming them as dipoles. When there are two spherical nanoparticles whose dielectric constants are ''&epsilon;<sub>1</sub>''  and ''&epsilon;<sub>1</sub>'' , the spectral power dissipated in particle 2 by the electromagnetic field induced by particle 1 can be written using the dipolar approximation as
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Near-field thermal radiation between two spheres was first reported by Volokitin and Persson [1] by assuming them as dipoles. When there are two spherical nanoparticles whose dielectric constants are ''&epsilon;<sub>1</sub>''  and ''&epsilon;<sub>2</sub>'' , the spectral power dissipated in particle 2 by the electromagnetic field induced by particle 1 can be written using the dipolar approximation as

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Near-field thermal radiation between two spheres was first reported by Volokitin and Persson [1] by assuming them as dipoles. When there are two spherical nanoparticles whose dielectric constants are ε1 and ε2 , the spectral power dissipated in particle 2 by the electromagnetic field induced by particle 1 can be written using the dipolar approximation as