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Universality of the de Broglie-Einstein velocity equation  [PDF]
Yusuf Z. Umul
Physics , 2007,
Abstract: The de Broglie-Einstein velocity equation is derived for a relativistic particle by using the energy and momentum relations in terms of wave and matter properties. It is shown that the velocity equation is independent from the relativistic effects and is valid also for the non-relativistic case. The results of this property is discussed.
Einstein-De Broglie relations on the lattice  [PDF]
M. Lorente
Physics , 2004,
Abstract: Historically the starting point of wave mechanics is the Planck and Einstein-de Broglie relations for the energy and momentum of a particle, where the momentum is connected to the group velocity of the wave packet. We translate the arguments given by de Broglie to the case of a wave defined on the grid points of a space-time lattice and explore the physical consequences such as integral period, wave length, discrete energy, momentum and rest mass.
On the Relationship of Quantum Mechanics to Classical Electromagnetism and Classical Relativistic Mechanics  [PDF]
J. H. Field
Physics , 2004, DOI: 10.1088/0143-0807/25/3/006
Abstract: Some connections between quantum mechanics and classical physics are explored. The Planck-Einstein and De Broglie relations, the wavefunction and its probabilistic interpretation, the Canonical Commutation Relations and the Maxwell--Lorentz Equation may be understood in a simple way by comparing classical electromagnetism and the photonic description of light provided by classical relativistic kinematics. The method used may be described as `inverse correspondence' since quantum phenomena become apparent on considering the low photon number density limit of classical electromagnetism. Generalisation to massive particles leads to the Klein--Gordon and Schr\"{o}dinger Equations. The difference between the quantum wavefunction of the photon and a classical electromagnetic wave is discussed in some detail.
De Broglie wave, spontaneous emission and Planck's radiation law according to stochastic electrodynamics  [PDF]
O. A. Senatchin
Physics , 2001,
Abstract: The idea about a quantum nature of Planck's blackbody radiation law is deeply rooted in minds of most physicists. Einstein's work, in which the coefficients of spontaneous and induced emission were introduced, has always been regarded as a proof that quantum energy discreteness of an atom plays a crucial role in the derivation of this law. In our paper we avoid this standpoint. It may be shown that the de Broglie wave assigned to every material particle is a result of interaction of the particle with zero-point vibrations of electromagnetic ground field. The energetic spectrum of a harmonic oscillator is obtained from this fact within classical physics which coincides with the quantum result. Thus, it is explained here how the energy discreteness came into existence in stochastic electrodynamics (SED) --- the classical electrodynamics with classical electromagnetic zero-point radiation. Next we reconsider the Einstein work from the viewpoint of SED and derive the Planck formula.
The relativistic Sagnac Effect: two derivations  [PDF]
Guido Rizzi,Matteo Luca Ruggiero
Physics , 2003,
Abstract: The phase shift due to the Sagnac Effect, for relativistic matter and electromagnetic beams, counter-propagating in a rotating interferometer, is deduced using two different approaches. From one hand, we show that the relativistic law of velocity addition leads to the well known Sagnac time difference, which is the same independently of the physical nature of the interfering beams, evidencing in this way the universality of the effect. Another derivation is based on a formal analogy with the phase shift induced by the magnetic potential for charged particles travelling in a region where a constant vector potential is present: this is the so called Aharonov-Bohm effect. Both derivations are carried out in a fully relativistic context, using a suitable 1+3 splitting that allows us to recognize and define the space where electromagnetic and matter waves propagate: this is an extended 3-space, which we call "relative space". It is recognized as the only space having an actual physical meaning from an operational point of view, and it is identified as the 'physical space of the rotating platform': the geometry of this space turns out to be non Euclidean, according to Einstein's early intuition.
The Compton Radius, the de Broglie Radius, the Planck Constant, and the Bohr Orbits  [PDF]
Daywitt W. C.
Progress in Physics , 2011,
Abstract: The Bohr orbits of the hydrogen atom and the Planck constant can be derived classically from the Maxwell equations and the assumption that there is a variation in the electron's velocity about its average value. The resonant nature of the circulating electron and its induced magnetic and Faraday fields prevents a radiative collapse of the electron into the nuclear proton. The derived Planck constant is $h=2pi e^2/alpha c$, where $e$, $alpha$, and $c$ are the electronic charge, the fine structure constant, and the speed of light. The fact that the Planck vacuum (PV) theory derives the same Planck constant independently of the above implies that the two derivations are related. The following highlights that connection.
Einstein-de Broglie relations for wave packet: the acoustic world  [PDF]
Ion Simaciu,Zoltan Borsos,Gheorghe Dumitrescu,Nan Georgeta
Physics , 2015,
Abstract: In this paper we study the relations of Einstein-de Broglie type for the wave packets. We assume that the wave packet is a possible model of particle . When studying the behaviour of the wave packet for standing waves, in relation to an accelerated observer (i.e. Rindler observer), there can be demonstrated that the equivalent mass of the packet is the inertial mass. In our scenario, the waves and of the wave packets are depicted by the strain induced/produced in the medium. The properties of the waves, of the wave packet and, generally, of the perturbations in a material medium suggest the existence of an acoustic world. The acoustic world has mechanical and thermodynamical properties. The perturbations that are generated and propagated in the medium are correlated by means of acoustic waves with maximum speed. The observers of this world of disturbances (namely the acoustic world) have senses that are based on the perception of mechanical waves (disturbance of any kind) and apparatus for detecting and acquiring information by means of the same type of wave. Time and length measurements (and other parameters) are correlated by Lorentz type transformations, where the maximum speed is the speed of the sound waves. By applying these transformations to the packet of standing waves, there results that the energy, mass, linear momentum and the action variable/variable action undergo relativistic changes. We highlight the fact that the dynamic relativist relationship between energy and momentum is a consequence of the wave packet model for a particle. We have also emphasized the existence of certain limits for the energy of the disturbance and the corresponding action variable.
A Geometric Approach to the Quantum Mechanics of de Broglie and Vigier  [PDF]
W. R. Wood,G. Papini
Physics , 1996,
Abstract: Following de Broglie and Vigier, a fully relativistic causal interpretation of quantum mechanics is given within the context of a geometric theory of gravitation and electromagnetism. While the geometric model shares the essential principles of the causal interpretation initiated by de Broglie and advanced by Vigier, the particle and wave components of the theory are derived from the Einstein equations rather than a nonlinear wave equation. This geometric approach leads to several new features, including a solution to the de Broglie variable mass problem.
Einstein and Planck on mass-energy equivalence in 1905-06: a modern perspective  [PDF]
J. H. Field
Physics , 2014, DOI: 10.1088/0143-0807/35/5/055016
Abstract: Einstein's theoretical analysis of mass-energy equivalence, already, at the time, experimentally evident in radioactive decays, in two papers published in 1905, as well as Planck's introduction, in 1906, of the concepts of relativistic momentum, and, by invoking Hamilton's Principle, relativistic energy, are reviewed and discussed. Claims in the literature that Einstein's analysis was flawed, lacked generality, or was not rigorous, are rebutted.
Standard and derived Planck quantities: selected analysis and derivations  [PDF]
Jason R. Buzcyna,C. S. Unnikrishnan,George T. Gillies
Physics , 2010, DOI: 10.1134/S0202289311040037
Abstract: We provide an overview of the fundamental units of physical quantities determined naturally by the values of fundamental constants of nature. We discuss a comparison between the 'Planck units', now widely used in theoretical physics and the pre-quantum 'Stoney units' in which, instead of the Planck constant, the charge of the electron is used with very similar quantitative results. We discuss some of the physical motivation for these special units, attributed much after they were introduced, and also put forth a summary of the arguments supporting various cases for making specific physical interpretations of the meanings of some of these units. The new aspects we discuss are a possible physical basis for the Stoney units, their link to the Planck units, and also the importance of Planck units for thermodynamical quantities in the context of quantum gravity.
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