Cooperation of the NTU <<KhPI>> with the Institute of Electrodynamics
of the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine.
The program based on two above principles can be realized in nonlinear electrodynamics
coupled to gravity (NED-GR) in the frame of the standard minimal coupling of gravitational and electromagnetic field, that is, without introducing some hypothetical nonminimal coupling which could be essential at the Planck energies, since in the modern string/M-theories nonlinear electrodynamics
appears as low-energy effective limits [35, 36].
When [beta] [right arrow] [infinity], BI electrodynamics
reduces to the standard Maxwell form; solution (14) reduces to
In the stochastic electrodynamics
approach, the equation of motion of the charged particle in the zeropoint field is known as Brafford-Marshall equation  which is simply the Abraham-Lorentz  equation of motion of a charged particle of mass m and charge e and it is given by
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He talks about his good fortune in getting to know Richard Feynman and his ground-breaking work: "I became a sort of an interested spectator, watching him work out his version of quantum electrodynamics
We show that the extended fields satisfy the integral laws of classical electrodynamics
inside B, i.e., Gauss's surface integral law for the electric field, Gauss's surface integral law for the magnetic field, Ampere's law and Faraday's induction law in integral form .
of Heidelberg, Germany) presents a textbook for students who have a reasonably complete knowledge of the material usually taught in the introductory courses on theoretical physics, among them classical mechanics, electrodynamics
, quantum mechanics, and thermodynamics.
"It is characteristic of all deep human problems that they are not to be approached without some humor and some bewilderment." Freeman John Dyson (1923-) is a British-born American theoretical physicist and mathematician, famous for his work in quantum electrodynamics
, solid-state physics, astronomy and nuclear engineering.
And on the other hand, he shows how Feynman diagrams immediately brought with them conceptual changes in quantum electrodynamics
going beyond the mere simplification of calculations.
Then, Clegg presents the work of Richard Feynman and QED (Quantum Electrodynamics
of Manchester, Britain) have expanded the 1984 first edition in order to treat quantum chromodynamics as well as quantum electrodynamics
in their short introduction to quantum field theory for beginning research students in theoretical and experimental physics.