Authors: Yingtao Yang
The theory of electrodynamic space-time relativity is the study of the transformation of time and space between two electrodynamic inertial reference frames, which have both inertial velocity difference and electric potential difference. It is a fundamental theory of theoretic physics based on the Einstein’s special theory of relativity and the high-precision experimental facts of the inversion proportional square law of Coulomb’s force. It founded new physical space-time concepts, for example, that our space-time is five-dimensional which is composed of quaternion space, and time. It also proposed some new basic concepts of physics, such as electric potential limit, quaternion electric potential and etc., revealing the inherent relationships between electric potential-velocity and time-space. This paper discusses in detail the process of establishing the theory of complex variable electrodynamic space-time relativity and theory of quaternion electrodynamic space-time relativity as well as their various conversions and transformations. This is one of the basic theories among author’s other series of related papers. Keyword: theory of electrodynamic space-time relativity; theory of complex electrodynamic space-time relativity; theory of quaternion electrodynamic space-time relativity; theory of electric potential relativity; special theory of relativity; electric potential limit; complex velocity; complex electric potential; quaternion velocity; quaternion electric potential; quaternion; five-dimensional space-time
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