Classical Physics

   

Is there Force Acting on the Magnet Moving Across an Electric Field?

Authors: Yannan Yang

In terms of the symmetric perfect and analogy of Lorentz Force law, a Counterpart Lorentz force is proposed in this paper. Similar to a Lorentz force when a charged particle moving across a magnetic field, an analogical force may act on a magnet or a magnetic domain when it moving across an electric field. Aimed to verify if this force is really existed, an experimental design is also described here.

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[v1] 2017-04-03 10:48:54

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