Nuclear and Atomic Physics


Electric Charge and Electric Field of Elementary Particles.

Authors: Alexandr I. Dubinyansky, Pavel Churlyaev.

Abstract. The inaccuracy of the modern view of the electric charge and the electric field is shown. The whole theory of Maxwell, Coulomb and other giants of physics, is valid only for macroscopes, on the order of more than 100 sizes of elementary particles. In the microscale there are completely different laws. Including the field of a single charge does not have spherical symmetry and the Coulomb dependence is inverse to the radius.

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