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Conservative Relativity Principle and Relevant Physics

Alexander L. Kholmetskii
Year: 2010
Classical electromagnetic field consists of bound and radiation components and only their sum provides for the implementation of energy-momentum conservation of interacting classical charges. Now he focuses on the quantum systems of electrically bound charges which do not radiate in the stationary state and thus their EM field comprises only the bound component. The non-applicability of Maxwell?s equations to quantum mechanics does not permit, in general, ignoring the problem of the energy-momentum conservation for such pure bound E-M field systems and he explores this problem within Schr?dinger-Dirac quantization equation.