Classical interpretation of the Debye law for the specific heat of solids
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We derive the Debye law for the specific heat of solids within the realm of stochastic electrodynamics (i.e., classical electrodynamics with the assumption of a real zero-point field). Random lattice vibrations are generated by the Planck radiation including zero point, which is absorbed by the ions. The equilibrium is accomplished by a fluctuation-dissipation mechanism due to the emission of radiation by the ions in accelerated motion.
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