UDC 537.8 About experimental confirmations of The Vinokurov Law of moving charges interaction Vinokurov V.A Experiments are considered that contradict the classical relativistic theory and explained by author's theory. That are experiments with Aharonov-Bohm Effect and experiments of K.Irwin group. Author offers a new simple and cheap crucial experiment to make choice between the classical relativistic theory and author's one. Vinokurov V.A. 1992 About experimental confirmations of The Vinokurov Law of moving charges interaction Vinokurov V.A. A new interaction law of moving charges was filed in the discovery claim . The new law was obtained by strict methods of mathematical physics by Maxwell's equations analysis. Used scheme of reasoning is immediate develop- ment of Poincaré scheme of reasoning from the article  1906. It is conventional in the modern classical electro- dynamics a description of moving charges interaction on the base of a Lagrange function for a charge in given external field of form L=−mc2 √1− β2−e(φ−〈 ⃗β , ⃗A〉) (see , formula (16,4)). Here m is a rest mass, e is a charge, ⃗v is a particle velocity, c is the light velocity, ⃗β=⃗v / c , φis scalar and ⃗A is vector potentials of external field. I name an interaction law based on the Lagrange function (1) "the classical relativistic interaction law”. Offered by me and classical relativistic interaction laws give coinciding descriptions for movement of a charge in electrostatic field. They give near descriptions of movement in a case of little velocities of movement because their Lagrange functions differ in value of order O( β4) . Valuable differences in character of charges movement trajectories between the two laws appeare in a case when charges movement velocities are comparable with the light velocity and magnetic field are. A question emerges about a crucial experiment that results make it possible to choice between the classical relativistic interaction law and The Vinokurov Law. Two classes of experiments are today that contradict the classical relativistic interaction law and are explained by my theory. That are experiments with The Aharonov-Bohm Effect  and experiments of K.Irwin group . The Aharonov-Bohm Effect . In experiments with The Aharonov-Bohm Effect it is taken a solenoid flowed round with constant density current. Then magnetic field density inside solenoid is constant and is equal to zero outside the solenoid. Electrons are injected into the space outside the solenoid. When current is on, electrons trajectories are strait lines; when current is off, trajectories are deformed. Trajectories deformation is found with shape of interference picture in executed experiments. In this situation an electron trajectory is described with the differential equation d e
[⃗v , ⃗ H ] dt ( m⃗v
√ 1−(⃗v / c)2 ) = c from the point of view of the classical relativistic inter- action law. But magnetic field density H = 0 outside the solenoid when the current is on and when the current is off. So according to the classical relativistic theory the electrons trajectories do not disturbed when turning on the current. But that does not agree with the experiment. According to my theory the electron movement equations in external space to solenoid have form, differing from (2), so trajectories are not strait lines when current is on. Moreover having taken electrons with velocities comparable with the light velocity and having chosen proper current in coil, it is possible to get departure of the beam at tens degrees. That simplifies experiment technique and clears up its sence. At present The Aharonov-Bohm Effect is explained purely quantum reasoning, but with point of view of the classical electrodynamics there are not objective arguments that it is not applied in this experiment because as field densities and electron movement velocities are completly in range of its application. K.Irwin group experiments [ Essential deviations of radius value of electron Larmor circle from theoretically calculated one according to formulas of classical relativistic theory were observed. Namely assuming that ratio of velocity component which is orthogonal to the solenoid axis to parallel one is 2.01, a radius of Larmor circle in executed experiment is 3.6 cm; according to predictions of the classical relativistic theory it is 7.6 cm; according to my theory it is 4.7 cm. At that the radius value may be diminished in my theory with accounting of volume charge. But as for explanation of The Aharonov-Bohm Effect in physical common opinion the quantum considerations are used only, and in K.Irwin group experiments the authors are not claimed the fail of classical relativistic theory formulas, I offer the direct crucial experiment which is simply executed with modern technical base and does not need high precision measurements. Description of offered experiments. The international system of units are used. A solenoid which is flowed round with current of constant linear density I, is taken. A solenoid cross section with the plane which is orthogonal its axis is a circle of radius a that is shown on drawing 1. Electrons with velocity v = c , where c is the light velocity, are injected into the cylinder in the point 1 lying on the cylinder surface within the plane, which is orthogonal to the cylinder axis, with angle 45 degrees to the radius into point 1. This velocity is related 170334 eV electron kinetic energy. Linear density of current I and radius a are bound by the relation aI = 1268.812 A. It is possible for example to take a = 46.7707 cm, I = 2712.834 A/m. According to the classical relativistic theory an electron will go with constant velocity value along the circle with radius mc β r = r μ I e
√1−β2 . Where μ0 is the magnetic constant. In our conditions r r = a . An electron leaves internal space of solenoid in point 2. Arc value between points 1 and 2 by degrees are ψ = 126.87. The velocity is directed with angle 45º to radius line into point 2 in output point 2. According to my theory an electron goes along certain trajectory, which is not a circle, and leave solenoid in point 3. Arc value between points 1 and 3 is ψ = 17.592º. Velocity in output point 3 has the same value as in input point 1 and is directed with angle 45º to radius line into The arrows on drawing 1 show the electron velocity vectors in points 1, 2 and 3. So measurement of arc between points input and output of electron makes it possible to choice the right theory. Literature 1. Vinokurov V.A. The Vinokurov Law of Moving Charges Interaction. USSR discovery claim OT 12147, June 19, 1991.(in Russian) 2. Poincaré H. Rend. Pal., 129 (1906). 3. Landau L.D. and Lifshitz E.M. Field Theory. -M.: Science, 1967.(in Russian) 4. Peshkin M., Tonomura A. The Aharonov-Bohm Effect.(Lecture Notes in Physics. v.340) - Berlin: Springer- Verlag, 1989. 5. Irwin K. at al. Second generation, high-power, fundamental mode large-orbit gyrotron experiments. J. Appl. Phys., v.69, 2, p.627-631, 1991.
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