On the classical theory of particles.

@article{Eliezer1948OnTC,
  title={On the classical theory of particles.},
  author={C. Jayaratnam Eliezer},
  journal={Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series A, Mathematical and physical sciences},
  year={1948},
  volume={194 1039},
  pages={
          543-55
        }
}
A set of classical relativistic equations of motion of an electron in an electromagnetic field is postulated. These equations are free from ‘run-away’ solutions, and give the same results as the Maxwell-Lorentz theory for non-relativistic motions when the external electromagnetic field does not vary too rapidly. For the scattering of light by an electron, the scattering crosssection is independent of the frequency and is a universal constant. This brings out a point of difference from the… CONTINUE READING

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