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Experimental Test on the Applicability of the Standard Retardation Condition to Bound Magnetic Fields
Modern view on the fundamental structure of the whole EM field implies the existence of two components essentially different by nature. We found that it has some historical explanation. ExperimentalExpand
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Apparent paradoxes in classical electrodynamics: relativistic transformation of force
In this paper, we analyse a number of paradoxical teaching problems of classical electrodynamics, dealing with the relativistic transformation of force for complex macro systems, consisting of aExpand
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Experimental Evidence on Non-Applicability of the Standard Retardation Condition to Bound Magnetic Fields and on New Generalized Biot-Savart Law
In this work we made an analysis of the current status of velocity dependent (bound) field components in the framework of the standard electromagnetic theory. Preliminary discussions of the structureExpand
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Relativistic transformation of force: resolution of apparent paradoxes
In this paper, we present a resolution of apparent paradoxes formulated in [2] and deal with the relativistic transformation of force.
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Laws of conservation of momentum and angular momentum in classical electrodynamics of material media
We analyze the laws of conservation of momentum and angular momentum in classical electrodynamics of material media with bound charges, and explore the possibility to describe the properties of suchExpand
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Anomalously small retardation of bound (force) electromagnetic fields in antenna near zone
At fundamental level this work uncovers the actually incomplete knowledge of the energy transmission and propagation related to bound (force) electromagnetic (EM) fields. To deal with this problem,Expand
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COMPARISON OF THE LEAST SQUARES AND THE MAXIMUM LIKELIHOOD ESTIMATORS FOR GAMMA-SPECTROMETRY
Abstract A comparison of the characteristics of the maximum likelihood (ML) and the least squares (LS) estimators of nuclides activities for low-intensity scintillation γ-spectra has been carried outExpand
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Electric/magnetic dipolein an electromagnetic field: force, torque and energy
In this paper we collect the relativistic expressions for the force, torque and energy of a small electric/magnetic dipole in an electromagnetic field, which we recently obtained (A.L. Kholmetskii etExpand
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Sketch of a cosmological model based on the law of energy conservation
We suggest an approach for the description of gravitation fields based on the weak equivalence principle, where the rest mass of an object is decreased by the field as much as its static bindingExpand
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Mössbauer experiments in a rotating system, Doppler effect and the influence of acceleration
Abstract.We address a recent measurement carried out by Friedman et al. (J. Synchrotron Rad. 24, 661 (2017)) that was contingent upon the Mössbauer effect arising from the application of resonantExpand
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