Are the electron charge and the Planck's constant really constant?

Автор: Valeriy M. Strelchenya

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Рубрика: Physics and astronomy

Статья в выпуске: 47, 2020 года.

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It is shown that relativistic formulas for time dilation and for dependence of the particles mass on the velocity of their movement, on the one hand, and the quantum-mechanical expression for the energy levels of the hydrogen atom, on the other hand, do not contradict each other only if the Planck constant ℏ is a function of velocity in the form ℏ' = ℏ/(1 ‒ β2), and charges of electron and proton depend on the velocity of their motion according to the law 𝑒' = 𝑒/(1 ‒ β2)1/2. It is noted that the last equality also follows from the well-known formula for electric potential of a point charge moving with a constant velocity. An expression is proposed for the Lagrange function of a charged particle in an electromagnetic field, taking into account the above dependencies.


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