The

relativistic effect gives the correction in the nonrelativistic quantum mechanics by applying the strong potential field in the particles dynamic.

At high intensity these two factors, that is,

relativistic effect and ponderomotive nonlinearity, contribute to focusing on a femtosecond time scale.

Also, the major

relativistic effect such as the retardation effect is not implemented due to numerical complexity.

In this sense, the absorption of the O-mode is a purely

relativistic effect, something very important for the assessment of ITER/DEMO ECRH efficiency because the current technological limits in wave sources force the use of the mode O1.

The most surprising feature of this phenomenon is the fact that this

relativistic effect is important even for a weakly relativistic electron.

So, by only a complete

relativistic effect, an electron can form a Hydrogen atomic orbital without any nucleus.

We observe the same

relativistic effect that provided the first clues that Isaac Newton's theory was not the final word on gravity.

Further measurements will follow, and are already expected to reveal another

relativistic effect soon a small rotation of the stars orbit known as Schwarzschild precession as S2 moves away from the black hole.

From the original [p'.sub.x,y] to the final-state [p.sub.x,y], a detailed consideration on the

relativistic effect needs Lorentz transformation.

"We also observed that the pulses arrived later at the telescope when they passed close to the white dwarf, another

relativistic effect," says Nice.

In the same way, the relativistic precession can be written as [[??].sub.rel] = [[??].sub.LT][mu]; here [[??].sub.LT] comes from (6), while [mu] is an empirical parameter measuring the actual value of the

relativistic effect (([mu] = 0) in Newtonian physics, ([mu] = 1) in general relativity).

The

relativistic effect needs to be measured by an array of synchronized clocks as the spacecraft speeds by them.