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Electromagnetic and Kinematic Mechanics Synchronized in Their Common Vector Field: A Mathematical Relation


Michaud, André


Research Papers


Mechanics / Electrodynamics



Date Published:

December 23, 2023




Kinematic mechanics; Electromagnetic mechanics; Electrostatic recall constant; Restoration force; Gravitation


The purpose of this chapter is to establish the clear mathematical relations that exist between kinematic mechanics and electromagnetic mechanics, in accordance with Wilhelm Wien's project formulated in 1901. This harmonization was made possible by the integration in kinematic mechanics of the mass increase of the electron as a function of its velocity, as measured by Walter Kaufmann by means of his bubble-chamber experiments, which was confirmed by H. A. Lorentz and all the leading edge physicists who analyzed his data; and the establishment the electromagnetic structures and mutual interactions of the restricted set of stable elementary particles within the framework of trispatial vector geometry, which emerges naturally from the triply orthogonal relationship that Maxwell discovered between the magnetic field, the electric field and the direction of motion of light in a vacuum. Description of the local trispatial vector complexes of the restricted set of stable elementary particles, of their stable combinations up to the atomic level and finally, of the four stable stationary resonance levels of the trispatial vector field. Analysis of the experimental confirmation of the magnetic nature of the electron spin; and establishment of its relation with the concept of magnetic monopole, of covalent molecular bounding, of the filling of electronic orbitals by electron pairs, of the generation of Cooper pairs, and of the related interpretation of the Stern-Gerlach experiment.


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