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Non-linear electrodynamics : a classical view of the quantum vacuum

MacLeod, Alexander and Noble, Adam (2017) Non-linear electrodynamics : a classical view of the quantum vacuum. In: 2017 Christmas Meeting of the High Power Laser Community, 2017-12-18 - 2017-12-20.

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Non-linear electrodynamics represents an extension to Maxwell electrodynamics which can describe a range of effects related to high-field physics. We give an overview of recent work looking at various aspects of such theories.