An Essential Guide to Electrodynamics


Norma Brewer (Editor)

Series: Physics Research and Technology
BISAC: SCI055000

The opening chapter of An Essential Guide to Electrodynamics describes a new theory of the electron, from which derives a fully deductive explanation of the chemical inertness of the group 18 elements of the periodic system.

The authors propose that there is a need to present the detailed mathematical steps that are required to prove the equations of Maxwell textbooks and course instruction to help students gain a firm grasp of the equations and their applications.

Additionally, this compilation examines the wave equation for the electromagnetic 4-potential, which has a form that explicitly involves the 4-velocity vector of a moving frame. Hence, Minkowski electrodynamics implies the absolute nature of mechanical motion in medium.

Next, the authors represent the electromagnetic field from different and unknown points of view, and the duality of natural time is considered.

Chapter five is focused on an accurate and profound investigation, interpretation and explanation of resonant and anomalous phenomena in radiated electromagnetic fields that arises due to the passage of charged particle beams over arbitrary-shaped periodic interfaces of natural or artificial material.

Later, it is shown that a suitable modification of the Lee-Wick idea can also lead to linear potential at large distances. For this purpose, the authors study an Abelian model that “simulates” the quantum chromodynamics confining phase while maintaining the Coulomb behaviour at short distances.

In the final chapter, the authors present a generalization of the transformation of the electromagnetic field from the frame co-moving with an accelerated particle into an inertial frame of reference and from an inertial frame into the frame co-moving with a moving particle. (Imprint: Nova)

Table of Contents

Table of Contents


Chapter 1. The Organic Electron and the Periodic Table of the Elements
(Peter J. Fimmel, Gooseberry Hill, Western Australia)

Chapter 2. Maxwell’s Electromagnetic Equations, Elementary Introduction
(George J. Spix, and V. M. Red’kov, Institute of Physics, National Belarus Academy of Sciences of Belarus, Minsk, Belarus)

Chapter 3. Maxwell Electromagnetic Equations in the Uniform Medium
(E.M. Ovsiyuk, V. Balan, O.V. Veko, Ya.A. Voynova, and V.M. Red’kov, Mozyr State Pedagogical University, Mazyr, Belarus, and others)

Chapter 4. Hidden Aspects of the Electromagnetic Field
(Ivanhoe B.Pestov, Bogoliubov Laboratory of Theoretical Physics, Joint Institute for Nuclear Research, Dubna, Moscow Region, Russia)

Chapter 5. Radiation of Electromagnetic Waves Induced by Electron Beam Passage over Artificial Material Periodic Interfaces
(Yuriy Sirenko, Petro Melezhik, Anatoliy Poyedinchuk, Seil Sautbekov, Alexandr Shmat’ko, Kostyantyn Sirenko, Alexey Vertiy, and Nataliya Yashina, Department of Diffraction Theory and Diffraction Electronics, O.Ya. Usikov Institute for Radiophysics and Electronics, Kharkiv, Ukraine, and others)

Chapter 6. The Cornell Potential in Lee-Wick Inspired Electrodynamics
(Anais Smailagic, and Euro Spallucci, INFN, Sezione di Trieste, Trieste, Italy, and Dipartimento di Fisica, Gruppo Teorico, Universit_a di Trieste, and INFN, Sezione di Trieste, Trieste, Italy)

Chapter 7. Electrodynamics in Uniformly Accelerated/Rotating Frames
(A. Sfarti, Computer Science Dept, University of California Berkeley, Berkeley, California, USA)


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