This effect is a quantum-mechanical phenomenon whereby an electrically charged particle is affected by an

electromagnetic potential, even if the electric and magnetic fields vanish at its location.

Terracini, "Solutions to nonlinear Schrodinger equations with singular

electromagnetic potential and critical exponent," Journal of Fixed Point Theory and Applications, vol.

In classical theory, the basic equations of an electron in an

electromagnetic potential A and V are given by the relativistic Hamilton--Jacobis' equation,

In case there is not only the

electromagnetic potential but also gravitational potential, the octonion torque will be reduced to

For instance, the

electromagnetic potential operators are defined by

We define the

electromagnetic potential [epsilon] as:

Electromagnetic potential method of the package COMSOL Multiphysics can be used for the following strategies:

The important length scale is the inter-atomic spacing, because electrons are affected by the

electromagnetic potential of each atom.

(12) After preliminary pilot studies in CFS patients aimed at optimizing the emitters for maximum beneficial effects in CFS, we evaluated the effect of exposure to

electromagnetic potential pulsed at the Schumann fundamental frequency on 19 patients with CFS using three different designs of the emitter.

Roughly put, the AB effect unequivocally shows that there exists physical interaction between the

electromagnetic potential and charged microscopic objects.

Then the effective mass [m.sub.z] in the zeropoint field is approximately equal to the electromagnetic mass which is proportional to the

electromagnetic potential due to charge e at the center of mass position.