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Variant Mass for an Accelerated Charged Particle

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Abstract: Albert Einstein wrote in an article entitled: Does a body s inertia depend on its energy content? “If a body releases energy E in the form of radiation, its mass decreases by E c2. The fact that the energy that leaves from the body is converted into radiation energy makes no difference, so the more general conclusion is reached that the mass of a body is a measure of the content of its energy. It is not impossible that with bodies whose content of energy is highly variable (for example radio salts) the theory can be successfully tested. If the theory corresponds to the fact, radiation conducts inertia between the bodies that emit and absorb it”. Besides, Maxwell s theory shows that electromagnetic waves are radiated whenever charges accelerate. Therefore, the objective of this article is to demonstrate by theory, calculations and results the discovered formula which describe exactly the variant mass of an accelerated charged particle. This charged particle emits electromagnetic radiation which is called the Maxwell Radiation. Also, the article analyzes and establishes about the effects of the variant mass on the particle. In addition, the formula is tested with the electromagnetic radiation emitted for an electron when leaves from the atom. Finally, it is obtained the formula for the power energy emitted for an Accelerated Charged Particle.

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