Advances in Chemical Physics, Vol.119, Part 2. Modern by Myron W. Evans, Ilya Prigogine, Stuart A. Rice

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By Myron W. Evans, Ilya Prigogine, Stuart A. Rice

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As a consequence the matching at the interface to a conventional undamped electromagnetic wave in vacuo becomes impossible. Case 2 of a dissipative medium is now considered where x ¼ 0 defines the vacuum interface in a frame ðx; y; zÞ. The orientation of the xy plane is chosen such as to coincide with the plane of wave propagation, and all field quantities are then independent on z as shown in Fig. 3. In the denser medium (region I) with the refractive index nI ¼ n > 1 and defined by x < 0, an incident (i) EM wave is assumed to give rise to a reflected (r) EM wave.

The analogous result M 0 ¼ 0 is obtained in the rest frame. Observe that the local magnetic fields B and B0 of Eqs. (121)–(123) and (136)–(137) are nonzero even when the total magnetic moments M and M 0 vanish. For optical effects of an extended electromagnetic theory 39 M ¼ M 0 ¼ 0, the fields B and B0 will only decrease more rapidly toward zero at an increasing distance from the origin than in cases where M and M 0 would become nonzero. a, the photon could have a structure with both positive and negative local contributions to the charge and magnetic moment that add up to zero when integrated over the total volume.

Here the source energy density ws of expression (17), and not the field energy density wf of expression (16), is used when forming the integrals of the mass m0 and the angular momentum s0 . 18 b. lehnert Imposition of the quantum condition s0 ¼ h 4p ð42Þ on a model for leptons can in a simple physical picture be regarded as an application of a corresponding periodicity condition for ‘‘self-confined’’ (bound) electromagnetic radiation that circulates around the axis of symmetry. Depending on the form of the radial part RðrÞ of the generating function, there are two subclasses of particle-shaped axisymmetric equilibria as follows.

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