Classical Physics


Classical Electromagnetism's Production of e = Mc2

Authors: Ron Bourgoin

With a little help from the wave equation, we show that the square of the first derivative of the psi-function with respect to time is an energy density. We then use potential and electromagnetic theories to develop special relativity's mass-energy relation.

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[v1] 11 Jan 2011
[v2] 13 Jan 2011

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