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The Problem of Electron and Superluminal Signals

V.P. Oleinik
Format
Book
Published
Huntington, NY : Nova Science Publishers, c2001.
Language
English
Series
Contemporary Fundamental Physics
ISBN
1560729384
Contents
  • Chapter 1 Electron as an Open Self-Organizing System 1
  • Section 1-1 Physical Ideas and Main Results 1
  • Section 1-2 Model of Open System 15
  • Section 1-3 Equations for the Vortex and Potential Components of Electromagnetic Field 20
  • Section 1-4 Self-Acting Field of Electron 26
  • Section 1-5 Interaction of the Field of Electron with Vortex Electromagnetic Field 29
  • Section 1-6 Action of the System of Interacting Fields. Relativistic Equation for the Field of Electron 38
  • Section 1-7 Vortex Component of the Energy-Momentum Tensor of Electromagnetic Field 45
  • Section 1-8 Second Quantization of the Vortex Electromagnetic Field 47
  • Section 1-9 Energy-Momentum Tensor of Electrically Charged Fields 52
  • Section 1-10 Solution of the Dynamical Equation for the Charged Self-Acting Particles in Nonrelativistic Approximation 57
  • Section 1-11 Self-Action Constant 69
  • Section 1-12 Wave Function of Electron without Regard for the Vortex Current 76
  • Section 1-13 Wave Function of Electron with Allowance for the Vortex Current 82
  • Section 1-14 Hydrogen Atom. Relativistic Theory 88
  • Section 1-15 Nonrelativistic limit of the Dynamical Equation. Positronic states 96
  • Section 1-16 Nonstationary States of Electron in External Field. The Ehrenfest Theorem 100
  • Section 1-17 Quantum Model of the Field of Electrically Charged Matter 106
  • Section 1-18 Set of Several Self-Acting Particles 113
  • Section 1-19 Stationary Perturbation Theory 116
  • Section 1-20 Temporal Perturbation Theory 127
  • Section 1-21 Second Quantization of the Field of Electrically Charged Particles 134
  • Chapter 2 Own Field of Electron and Superluminal Signals 143
  • Section 2-1 Two Mechanisms of Transfer of Electromagnetic Interaction-Corpuscular and Classical 143
  • Section 2-2 Vortex and Potential Components of the Own Field of Electrically Charged Particles 150
  • Section 2-3 4-Potentials and Green's Functions 156
  • Section 2-4 Calculation of Potentials and Field Strengths for the Field Created by a Point Electric Charge 160
  • Section 2-5 Oscillations of an Electrically Charged Particle 166
  • Section 2-6 Vortex Own Field Created by a Stream of Electrons 170
  • Section 2-7 Physical Mechanism of the Origin of Superluminal Signals 175
  • Section 2-8 Superluminal Signals and STR 181
  • Section 2-9 Phenomenon of Relativity of Physical Processes and Prediction of Future 187
  • Section 2-10 Local Dynamical Inhomogenity of Time and STR 193
  • Section 2-11 Physical Effects Caused by Superluminal Signals 203
  • Conclusion: Philosophical Aspects of the Theory 208
  • Appendix 1 Spherical Functions 214
  • Appendix 2 Spherical Spinors 215.
Description
xi, 229 p. : ill. ; 26 cm.
Notes
Includes bibliographical references (p. 218-226) and index.
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