New PDF release: Advances in Chemical Physics, Vol.119, Part 2. Modern

By Myron W. Evans, Ilya Prigogine, Stuart A. Rice

ISBN-10: 0471389315

ISBN-13: 9780471389316

ISBN-10: 0471466123

ISBN-13: 9780471466123

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As seen from Eqs. (90)–(97), the elementary axisymmetric EMS mode consists of a three-dimensional propagating configuration that periodically optical effects of an extended electromagnetic theory 33 repeats itself along the z axis with the wavelength 2pcðsin aÞ=o, and where each of the fields E and B has three nonzero components. This mode can be considered as the axisymmetric correspondence to the plane-wave mode in rectangular geometry. The result (92)–(97) is reconcilable with that of Evans and Vigier [5–7], in the sense that all field components are nonzero, and thereby also the axial magnetic field Bz .

According to Eqs. À1=2 ¼ m 0 c2 cos a ð159Þ where m0 is the rest mass. Consequently, the mass m0 in the rest frame K 0 of the present theory becomes identical with the conventional form for the rest mass m0 . This can be taken as an additional confirmation of the performed deductions. 3. Momentum and Energy Balance in an Axisymmetric Case The momentum balance of the electromagnetic field is governed by Eqs. (11)– (15). Here the local forces "E fe ¼ r "CÂB fm ¼ j  B ¼ r ð160Þ and the Poynting vector S are considered in the laboratory frame K.

As a result, an equilibrium can be established for a very small but nonzero radius r0 , with a small shift of the equilibrium parameters. 2. String-Shaped States The string-shaped equilibria that result from Eqs. (36) can serve as an analogous model that reproduces several desirable features of the earlier proposed string configuration of the hadron color field structure. These equilibria have a constant longitudinal stress that tends to pull the ends of the configuration toward each other. The magnetic field is thereby located to a narrow channel, and the system has no net electric charge.

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