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How the Presence of Particle in the Light-Carrying Zone of the Michelson Interferometer Produces Anisotropy of the Speed of Light

@article{Demjanov2012HowTP,
  title={How the Presence of Particle in the Light-Carrying Zone of the Michelson Interferometer Produces Anisotropy of the Speed of Light},
  author={V. V. Demjanov},
  journal={viXra},
  year={2012}
}
  • V. V. Demjanov
  • Published 2012
  • Physics
  • viXra
  • In 1877 Maxwell suggested the idea of measuring anisotropy of the speed of light c in aether by the observing finite effects of the 2nd-order of the kinetic relationship υ/c. He kept in mind translationally moving (with velocity υ) the light-carrying zones of the interferometer with cross beams. Maxwell's doubts were by caused smallness of relationship υ2/c2~10-8, which may appear to be the main difficulty of monitoring the Earth's orbital velocity. Planning the experiments of 1881 and 1887… CONTINUE READING
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