“Electromagnetic Particles” and Electromagnetic Field

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“Electromagnetic Particles” and Electromagnetic Field

December 19, 2022 Physical Science 0

During the progress of the Universe individual of the primary matters for the formation of compounds in the encircling world are electric charges. Depending on the size of the charges and structural-strength correspondence, negatively charged energetic matters formed simple “electric dipoles” and subelementary “drawing bipoles” being the creation of Nature. These “energetic dipoles” and “magnetic bipoles” were combined into “electromagnetic pieces”, causing electromagnetic interplays between loaded particles. In the nuclear structure of entities, “electromagnetic particles” are in the form of bidipole configurations. This arrangement allows the implementation of a synthetic bond between like-loaded valence electrons similarly the Pauli exclusion. The interplay of “electromagnetic particles” accompanying the environment leads to vacillations in the charges of the poles with a change in their shape, generating a standing wave, which is taken in the controlled literature for the corpuscular-wave features of particles. The commonness of fluctuations in the charges of the poles of “electromagnetic pieces” depends on the conditions and type of the atoms and is expressed in the form of Moseley’s standard. In addition, there is a undeviating dependence between the commonness of fluctuations in the charges of the poles of “electromagnetic atoms” and the temperature of bureaucracy, which discloses the physical message of temperature. Depending on the commonness, the appearance of standing waves with a change in the shape of “electromagnetic pieces”, they exhibit thermal, ocular, magnetic, energetic, corpuscular-wave properties. The magnetic field of currents is formed by reverse “electromagnetic particles” inebriated of an external force.

Author(s) Details:

Akmaral Utelbayeva Bolysbekovna,
M. Auezov South Kazakhstan University, Kazakhstan.

Nurlan Zhangabay,
M. Auezov South Kazakhstan University, Kazakhstan.

Essen Nurgalyevich Suleimenov,
M. Auezov South Kazakhstan University, Kazakhstan.

Bolysbek Toychibekovich Utelbayev,
A. Bekturov Institute of Chemical Science, Kazakhstan.

Please see the link here: https://stm.bookpi.org/NFPSR-V5/article/view/8859

Keywords: Atom, electron, energy, electromagnetic particle, electromagnetic field, magnetic bipole, fluctuation


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