On the uniform dimension system. Is there the necessity for Coulomb?
Indeed, the basic formulae (the electrical force between the charges and the magnetic force between current-carrying conductors) can be represented with a single dimensional factor of force. Only the number of electric charges z is meaningful for the force of electrical and magnetic interaction. In the Coulomb formula a unit of the charge can be expressed through the electron mass me and the classical electron radius [r.sub.e]. Then Coulomb formula can be obtained as:
[F.sub.e] = [m.sub.e][c.sup.2]/[r.sub.e] [([r.sub.e]/r).sup.2] [z.sub.1][z.sub.2],
where r, c, [z.sub.1], [z.sub.2] are, respectively, the distance between the charges, the velocity of light, and the number of the electric charges.
Here dimensional coefficient [m.sub.e][c.sub.2]/[r.sub.e] is the centrifugal force that occurs when an electron moves with the light velocity c of the radius re. This force is equivalent to the force acting between two elementary charges by the given distance and its numerical value is a very ordinary magnitude equal 29.06 N.
In what units electric charge should be measured? According to John A. Wheeler' idea, the charged microparticles are special points in the three-dimensional spatial surface of our world, connected to each other through "wormholes"--vortical tubes analogous to the lines of current working according to the "input-output" ("source-drain") principle, but in an additional dimension of space (but that does not mean that it is necessary to add a fourth spatial dimension ). In this model the electric charge is not a special kind of matter: the electric charge only manifests the degree of the nonequilibrium state of physical vacuum; it is proportional to the momentum of physical vacuum in its motion along the contour of the vortical current tube.
Therefore, the most appropriate is to replace the electric charge in formulae Coulomb and Ampere with the ultimate momentum of the electron [m.sub.e]c. Then all the dimensions of electrical and magnetic values get strikingly simplified and assume sensible and physically obvious form. So, in SI units: current becomes force--[kgm/[sec.sup.2]] or [N], the potential becomes velocity--[m/sec], capacity becomes mass of the electrons accumulated on the plates of the capacitor
--[kg], conductivity becomes mass velocity -- [kg/sec], inductance becomes the reciprocal value of mass acceleration
--[[sec.sup.2]/kg], the magnitude of the solenoid magnetic field becomes the number of turns per unit of solenoid length -- [m-1], etc.
The numerical values of the expressions for the electrical and magnetic forces, written in a "Coulombless" form with the charge replaced by the ultimate momentum of the electron, coincide with these values based on standard expressions at the following conditions:
--the value 4[pi][[epsilon].sub.0], which in SI units is 1.11 x [10.sup.-10] Farad/metre, is replaced by a new electric constant s0 = [m.sub.e]/[r.sub.e] = 3.23 x [10.sup.-16] [kg/m];
--magnetic constant [[mu].sup.0], which in SI units is 4[pi] x [10.sup.-7] Henry/metre, is replaced by a new magnetic constant [[mu].sub.o] = 1/[[epsilon].sub.0][c.sup.2] = 0.0344 [[N.sup.-1]].
Thus, the electric constant s0 makes sense the linear density of the vortex tube current, and the magnetic constant [[mu].sub.0] makes sense the reciprocal value of the interaction force between two elementary charges.
With such mechanistic interpretation Wheeler's scheme numerical values of the electric charge and radiation constants were successfully obtained . In such system value 587 [m.sub.e]c [kgm/sec] is the momentum of the vortical tube current the whole, it numerically corresponds to the electron charge [e.sub.0] = 1.602 x [10.sup.-19] Coulomb; at the same time the value [m.sub.e]c [kgm/sec] corresponds to the "point-like" electron charge. The value of 587 [m/sec] corresponds to one Volt in SI units, the value of 4n/5872 = 3.6 x [10.sup.-5] [kg] corresponds to one Farad in SI units etc. Thus there would be no need for the systems of CGSE units, CGSM units and the Gaussian units. Replacing the dimensions and introducing new electromagnetic constants is a purely technical problem, although it is hardly practicable today. It is more important that mechanistic interpretation of the electromagnetic parameters reveals theirs physical meaning and gives help understanding the nature of phenomena.
For example, the electrical capacity of a sphere of radius R = 1 [m] is equal to 3.23><10-16 [kg], which corresponds to 3.5 x [10.sup.14] electrons distributed over its surface and be responsible for the movement of the charges, while the average distance between the charges is r = [pi] [square root of (R[r.sub.e])] = 1.67 x [10.sup.-7] [m],
The capacitor charge is proportional to the potential, and it is easy to determine the satiation potential [phi] when the number of electric charges becomes equal with the number of electrons carrying the charges. Since the "point-like" electron cannot carries momentum over [m.sub.e]c, for an only charge: [phi] = [m.sub.e]c/[m.sub.e] = c [m/sec] or, in SI units, c/587 = 511000 Volts. If this potential is exceeded the mentioned magnitude, the charge is spontaneously flowing into the surrounding space.
In these examples (and in others) quite reasonable values have been obtained, which could not be if all above-stated would be wrong. Of course, such associations of electrical and magnetic values with mechanical ones do not yet mean reduction of electromagnetic phenomena to mechanical ones. The question immediately arises, how does the electron be able to carry momentum which exceeds many times your own one? However, this question implicitly always existed because the term "charge" is, in fact, the delicate symbol of not properly understood electricity essence. To some extent, the response has been received in this article, as well as in [2, 3].
Submitted on June 05, 2013/Accepted on June 16, 2013
[1.] Belyakov A. V. On the Independent Determination of the Ultimate Density of Physical Vacuum. Progress inPhysics, 2011, v.2, 27-29.
[2.] Belyakov A.V. Charge of the electron, and the constants of radiation according to J. A. Wheeler's geometrodynamic model. Progress in Physics, 2010, v.4, 90-94.
[3.] Belyakov A.V. Macro-analogies and gravitation in the micro-world: further elaboration of Wheeler's model of geometrodynamics. Progress in Physics, 2012, v.2, 47-57.
Anatoly V. Belyakov
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