Classical Physics


Classical Mechanics ( Particles and Biparticles )

Authors: Alejandro A. Torassa

This paper considers the existence of biparticles and presents a general equation of motion, which can be applied in any non-rotating reference frame (inertial or non-inertial) without the necessity of introducing fictitious forces.

Comments: 9 pages, License: Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License

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[v1] 27 Sep 2011

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