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Correlation between Quantum Mechanics and Classical Theory of Rotating Electron Models and Possible Experiment

Authors
  • Melekhin, V. N.
Type
Preprint
Publication Date
Jan 17, 1997
Submission Date
Jan 17, 1997
Identifiers
arXiv ID: quant-ph/9701021
Source
arXiv
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Unknown
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Abstract

It is shown that the point charge and magnetic moment of electron produce together such a field that total electromagnetic momentum has a component perpendicular to electron velocity. As a result classical electron models, having magnetic moment, move not along a straight line, if there is no external force, but along a spiral, the space period and radius of which are comparable with de-Broglie wave length. Some other surprising coincidences with quantum theory arise as a result of calculation. An experiment is proposed for direct observation of quantum or of new type electron delocalization.

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