Mathematical differences and physical similarities between Eliezer-Ford-O'connell equation and Landau-Lifshitz equation

J.F. García-Camacho, E. Salinas. , A. Avalos-Vargas, G. Ares de Parga


Recently, for high intensity electromagnetic waves, it has been proven that
the solutions for the Eliezer-Ford-O'Connell equation and the
Landau-Lifshitz equation coincide within a physically detectable range. For
large-scale temporal effects, similar results are obtained for the central
force problem. However, in the case of a constant magnetic field, the
frequencies which describe the motion in both equations differ. Nonetheless,
quantum constraints avoid the measurement of such difference making both
equations physically equivalent for all the scale of energies and fields
within Classical Mechanics regime.


Reaction force; classical electrodynamics; special relativity

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