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THE SELFFORCE OF A CHARGED PARTICLE IN CLASSICAL ELECTRODYNAMICS WITH A CUTOFF
, 1998
"... We discuss, in the context of classical electrodynamics with a Lorentz invariant cutoff at short distances, the selfforce acting on a point charged particle. It follows that the electromagnetic mass of the point charge occurs in the equation of motion in a form consistent with special relativity. W ..."
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. We find that the exact equation of motion does not exhibit runaway solutions or noncausal behavior, when the cutoff is larger than half of the classical radius of the electron. The calculation of the selfforce acting on a charged particle is a long outstanding problem in electrodynamics since
Classical electrodynamics of point charges
, 2001
"... A simple mathematical procedure is introduced which allows redefining in a precise way divergent integrals and limits that appear in the basic equations of classical electrodynamics with point charges. In this way all divergences are at once removed without affecting the locality and the relativisti ..."
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A simple mathematical procedure is introduced which allows redefining in a precise way divergent integrals and limits that appear in the basic equations of classical electrodynamics with point charges. In this way all divergences are at once removed without affecting the locality
Quantum electrodynamics of strong fields
, 1977
"... Quantum electrodynamics of strong external fields is investigated in the context of atomic physics. If the electromagnetic coupling constant Za becomes sufficiently large ( Z> l / a % 137 for point sources or Z> 172 for extended nuclei) bound electron states can join the negativeenergy conti ..."
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energy continuum of the Dirac equation. The resulting possibility of spontaneous positron production and the new concept of a charged electronpositron vacuum is discussed under several aspects. The autoionization model and the exact overcritical solutions of the singleparticle Dirac equation are contrasted
c ○ TÜB˙ITAK Elementary charges in classical electrodynamics
"... In the framework of classical electrodynamics elementary particles are treated as capacitors. The electrostatic potentials satisfy equations of the Schrödinger type. An interesting “quantization condition ” for elementary charges is derived. ..."
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In the framework of classical electrodynamics elementary particles are treated as capacitors. The electrostatic potentials satisfy equations of the Schrödinger type. An interesting “quantization condition ” for elementary charges is derived.
To Foundations of Classical Electrodynamics
, 1997
"... In the present work a number of questions concerning foundations of the classical electrodynamics are discussed. First of all these are the law of conservation of energy and the introduction of particles in classical electrodynamics. We pay attention to a logical error which appears at the interpret ..."
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In the present work a number of questions concerning foundations of the classical electrodynamics are discussed. First of all these are the law of conservation of energy and the introduction of particles in classical electrodynamics. We pay attention to a logical error which appears
To Foundations of Classical Electrodynamics
, 1997
"... In the present work a number of questions concerning foundations of the classical electrodynamics is discussed. First of all they are the law of the energy conservation and the introduction of particles in the classical electrodynamics. We pay attention to a logic error which takes place at an inter ..."
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In the present work a number of questions concerning foundations of the classical electrodynamics is discussed. First of all they are the law of the energy conservation and the introduction of particles in the classical electrodynamics. We pay attention to a logic error which takes place
On “Gauge Renormalization” in Classical Electrodynamics
, 2006
"... In this paper we pay attention to the inconsistency in the derivation of the symmetric electromagnetic energy–momentum tensor for a system of charged particles from its canonical form, when the homogeneous Maxwell’s equations are applied to the symmetrizing gauge transformation, while the nonhomoge ..."
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of “gauge renormalization”, which allows transforming the divergent terms of classical electrodynamics (infinite selfforce, selfenergy and selfmomentum) to converging integrals. The motional equation obtained for a nonradiating charged particle does not contain its selfforce, and the mass parameter
Classical fluctuation electrodynamics
, 2005
"... A system consisting of an equilibrium medium formed by charged particles and electromagnetic field is considered in the classical case at weak interaction between subsystems. The field is described with all the statistical moments of electric and magnetic fields. The moments are reduced descriptio ..."
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A system consisting of an equilibrium medium formed by charged particles and electromagnetic field is considered in the classical case at weak interaction between subsystems. The field is described with all the statistical moments of electric and magnetic fields. The moments are reduced
ABSENCE OF RADIATION REACTION FOR AN EXTENDED PARTICLE IN CLASSICAL ELECTRODYNAMICS
, 1997
"... There are known problems with the standard LorentzDirac description of radiation reaction in classical electrodynamics. The model of extended in one dimension particle is proposed and is shown that for this model there is no total change in particle momentum due to radiation reaction. 03.50.De Ther ..."
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There are known problems with the standard LorentzDirac description of radiation reaction in classical electrodynamics. The model of extended in one dimension particle is proposed and is shown that for this model there is no total change in particle momentum due to radiation reaction. 03.50.De
On classical electrodynamics in odddimensional worlds
, 2002
"... Given the conventional Maxwell–Lorentz formulation of classical electrodynamics in a flat spacetime of arbitrary odd dimension, the retarded vector potential A µ generated by a pointlike charge is found to be pure gauge, A µ = ∂ µ χ. By the Gauss law, the charge vanishes. Therefore, classical elec ..."
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Given the conventional Maxwell–Lorentz formulation of classical electrodynamics in a flat spacetime of arbitrary odd dimension, the retarded vector potential A µ generated by a pointlike charge is found to be pure gauge, A µ = ∂ µ χ. By the Gauss law, the charge vanishes. Therefore, classical
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