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Relationships between Electromagnetic and Mechanical Characteristics of Electron
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Volume 3, 2016
Issue 1 (February)
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Alexander K. Tomilin, National Research Tomsk Polytechnic University, Tomsk, Russian Federation.
Igor L. Misiucenko, Research Center "Algorithm", St. Petersburg, Russian Federation.
Vladimir C. Vikulin, “High pass VLSI Laboratory” Ltd, St. Petersburg, Russian Federation.
A relationship between electron charge and electron mass was established based on energy relations. A conclusion was drawn about solely electromagnetic nature of mass. Hence, the generalized magnetic field has vortex (vector) components and potential (scalar) component. It was also established that energy of potential magnetic field is negative and constitutes 1/3 of kinetic energy of particle. Besides, the well-known “problem 4/3” is solved successfully.
Mass, Charge, Electron Radius, Physical Vacuum, Vector Potential, Energy of Magnetic Field
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