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Random electrodynamics: The theory of classical electrodynamics with classical electromagnetic zero-point radiation
The theory of classical electrodynamics with classical electromagnetic zero-point radiation is outlined here under the title random electrodynamics. The work represents a reanalysis of the bounds ofExpand
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Derivation of the Blackbody Radiation Spectrum without Quantum Assumptions
The Planck radiation law for the blackbody radiation spectrum is derived without the formalism of quantum theory. The hypotheses assume (a) the existence, at the absolute zero of temperature, ofExpand
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QUANTUM ELECTROMAGNETIC ZERO-POINT ENERGY OF A CONDUCTING SPHERICAL SHELL AND THE CASIMIR MODEL FOR A CHARGED PARTICLE.
The quantum electromagnetic zero-point energy of a conducting spherical shell of radius $r$ has been computed to be $\ensuremath{\Delta}E(r)\ensuremath{\cong}\frac{0.09\ensuremath{\hbar}c}{2r}$. TheExpand
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The force on a magnetic dipole
The classical magnetic force on a magnetic dipole depends upon the model for the dipole. The usual electric current loop model for a magnetic dipole leads to the force F=∇(m⋅B) on a magnetic dipole mExpand
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Continuous symmetries and conserved currents
Abstract The general relationship between one-parameter continuous symmetries and conserved currents in local Lagrangian field theories is reexamined. Defining a symmetry transformation of a systemExpand
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Comment on Experiments Related to the Aharonov–Bohm Phase Shift
Recent experiments undertaken by Caprez, Barwick, and Batelaan should clarify the connections between classical and quantum theories in connection with the Aharonov–Bohm phase shift. It is pointedExpand
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The Classical Vacuum.
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Semiclassical Explanation of the Matteucci–Pozzi and Aharonov–Bohm Phase Shifts
Classical electromagnetic forces can account for the experimentally observed phase shifts seen in an electron interference pattern when a line of electric dipoles or a line of magnetic dipoles (aExpand
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