November 26, 2016
Calculation of the energy of localized electromagnetic particles by means of the integration method that assumes that their energy fields mathematically radially decrease to infinity from a maximum intensity level located at an inner limit located at lambda alpha/2 pi from their center, which allows defining discrete local electromagnetic fields coherent with permanently localized moving electromagnetic particles. Also, in a paper published in the International IFNA-ANS Journal in 2003, Paul Marmet clarified by means of the Biot-Savart equation how the intensity of the magnetic field associated to part of the mass of an electron in motion increases as the square of its velocity. This direct dependence between velocity of an electron and ambient magnetic and electric fields intensity is already established by the Lorentz force equation. However, Marmet's equation defines the intrinsic magnetic field of the electron in motion with which the ambient magnetic and electric fields of the Lorentz equation interact to define its velocity. We will study here the characteristics of this intrin-sic magnetic field of the electron in motion as well as those of its associated electric field.