On a New Source of Electromagnetic Radiation: Experimental Evidence

Vladimir A. Leus, Barry Smith

Abstract


Electromagnetism deals with three very different types of fields: “static”, “kinematical”, and “dynamical”. Fields of the first type originate in a stationary body—charged or magnetized. Fields of the second type arise from a uniform movement of a body—also charged or magnetized. Fields of the third type arise due to the accelerated movement of a charge, for instance, in an oscillatory LC-circuit. In the present paper we offer an experimental proof for existence in nature of a dynamical source which comes entirely from another mechanism. The fundamentals of this mechanism lie in the accelerated movement of a system of elementary currents, which are responsible for the appearance of macroscopic magnetization. This finding gives rise to a new method of studying magnetic materials and their structure.


Full Text: PDF DOI: 10.5539/apr.v6n3p127

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