I know that the Casimir Effect Force is calculated by the equation F=(π h c A) / 480 L(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); ^{4}. However, how can you calculated the Casimir Force if there is for example, a bubble. If there is a sphere how can you calculate the force because I don't know what the area would be or how to find it.

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# Casimir Effect Force in a Collapsing Sphere

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