Relativity and Cosmology


Discussion on the Distribution Regularities and Energy of Electric Field of Electric Charges

Authors: Yingtao Yang

The paper, based on the relativity of electric potential and the new Gauss’s law of electric field [1],has obtained the equation for the distribution of electric field of basic electric charges and the relational expression for the energy of electric field, i. e. the equation for energy of electric charges. It is indicated that net residual electric charges have energy much higher than atomic energy. At the same time, it has resolved the problem of the divergence of electrons and electric field induced by current Coulomb’s law, and given new explanation for the concept of negative energy. It has enriched our understanding on energy. The equation for the relation between Planck’s constant and electric potential has been gotten. Keywords:relativity of electromotive space-time;relativity of electric potential;new Gauss’s law of electric field;energy of electric charges,net residual energy of electric charges;equation for energy of electric charges;negative energy;negative kinetic energy; limit electric potential;limit of electric potential;equation for the relation between Planck’s constant and electric potential

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[v1] 2012-04-16 08:12:27

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