Quantized Charges and Currents in the Electromagnetic Field

Jacques Consiglio

Abstract


We consider the demonstration of Dirac charge quantization and interpret the main equation as the signature of a current of magnetic poles building the electron wave and mass. This naturally leads to opposite coefficients in Dirac’s equation, and to series of small quanta of magnetic charge g = a e/2n including one in exact agreement with Mikhaïlov experimental estimate g = a e/6. The resulting theoretical monopole wave is a quantized current of electricity that cancels or replaces the Dirac string. Energy is the effect of the magnetic current interacting with an electric charge, and the theory trivially agrees with the energy gap of hydrogen orbitals E = E0/n2. A second series of charges g = n a e comes out of the equations, which it is shown compatible with the electrons, muons and tauons mass built from a finite suite of magnetic poles. Once opposite coefficients are taken into account, the symmetry of magnetism and electricity discovered by Dirac matches with experimental charges and involves charges and currents.


Full Text: PDF DOI: 10.5539/apr.v5n1p126

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