Magnetic and Electric Charge Inductance-Capacitance-Resistance (LCR) Equation, Variation of Magnetic Field Intensity and the Structure of Polarized Ph
Daniel, Isaac Mumo
Quantum Theory / Particle Physics
March 26, 2012
Magnetic Charge, Magnetic Current, Hall Voltage, Inductance, Capacitance, Resistance
Since the formulation of the magnetic charge, the LCR equation arising from magnetic and electric charges has not been analyzed for the structure of magnetic field lines and their intensities from the centre of a straight wire carrying a current in the right hand grip rule. In the analysis given here, polarized photons magnetic frequencies, which are polarization energy levels arising due to an application of an electrical current, are regarded as the magnetic field lines and are seen to have intensities that are almost constant or vary slightly for energy levels with radii below original unpolarized ground state conditions, and are almost constant or vary slightly for energy levels with radii above the original unpolarized ground state conditions. It is seen that conclude that resistance does not alternate when electric and magnetic currents alternate in an alternating electrical current generator.