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Physics/Does a Uniformly Accelerated Charge Radiate ?


M. Tatari wrote at 2012-02-06 19:29:45

ansver: The total power radiated by a uniformly accelerated charger particle (da/dt=0) is the power that the particle has absorbed from the vacuum zero-point radiation. ( P_absorbed=P_radiated)..... End  

m. tat wrote at 2012-12-20 11:15:31
Accelerated charged particle can absorb energy from vacuum zero-point energy, this is the source of the radiated energy by the uniformly accelerated particle.


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