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Bill Miller
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PostPosted: Sat Jun 24, 2006 10:34 pm    Post subject: Lorentz and radiation Reply with quote

Maxwell's equations, properly manipulated, lead to equations predicting and
quantifying radiation. The operative parameter in these equations is
Displacement Current -- a parameter that APPEARS to cause an H field.

But Maxwell's equations depend on action at a distance -- a "no no."

Using Lorentz concepts, it is straightforward to express H without the use
of Displacement Current. This deals with the actiion at a distance problem.

BUT I have been unsuccessful in finding a Lorentzian expression for
radiation. Does one exist?

Bill Miller KT4YE
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