By G. N. Afanasiev (auth.), G. N. Afanasiev (eds.)
Among the themes coated during this quantity are the topological results of quantum mechanics, together with Bohm-Aharonov and Aharonov-Casher results and their generalisations; the toroidal moments, anapoles and their generalisations; the numerical research of Tonomura experiments trying out the rules of quantum mechanics; the time-dependent Bohm-Aharonov impact, the thorough examine of toroidal solenoids and their use as powerful transmitters of electromagnetic waves; and the topical questions of the Vavilov-Cherenkov radiation. moreover, concrete recommendation is given for the development of magnetic and electrical solenoids and the functionality of experiments at the Bohm-Aharonov impression. additionally, houses of exceptional charge-current configurations and useful functions are studied.
Audience: This quantity can be of curiosity to postgraduate scholars and researchers facing new potent resources of electromagnetic waves.
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Such a spin chain (a magnetised whisker) was used in earlier experiments testing the existence of the B-A effect. 38 CHAPTER 3. 2: Explicit realisation of the magnetic (electric) cylindrical solenoid by means of a linear chain of magnetic (electric) dipoles. , ): Be = r~ [r~ r(mr) - m] + 8; mo (r). 3 Sometimes in the physics literature another representation of B is used [16,59]: 1 [3 411" 3 B'ffi="3 "2r(mr)-m ] - -mo (r). r r 3 This difference arises for the following reason . If we identify a magnetic dipole with an electric current flowing in an infinitely small circular coil, then the vector potential is given by 1 cr -3 me= (me ~ f(r X X r), j)dV.
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