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The Relativistic Origin of the Electric Charge

Authors: Hervé Le Cornec

Looking at the hydrogen atom, we investigated the possibility to use the electron's rotation speed, into the dilatation factor of the special relativity, even if the electron is in a non inertial frame. Doing so, we were able to demonstrate that the electron's charge-to-mass ratio is the subsequent relativistic frequency that appears to the observer. We also show that a magnetic moment, very similar to the one of the quantum mechanics, must appear, although we stay in the fields of classical and relativistic physics. These facts, in excellent agreement with the experiment, lead us to propose to extend the Einstein's postulate of inertial frame, to all frames having a constant speed.

Comments: 6 Pages. New version with minor modifications. Excuse me for the inconvenience.

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[v1] 2017-01-31 02:28:36
[v2] 2017-02-04 04:19:33

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