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|Title:||New Frame in Physics, New Thermodynamic Principles, and Classical Derivation of the Meissner-Ochsenfeld Effect|
|Abstract:||This is a brief review on the new frame of physics. Based on the persistent current model of the electron, a new rigorously selfconsistent theory of classical electromagnetism, in which the magnetic field energy and the energy transfer by induction have been rigorously taken into account, is proposed. Using this new frame in electromagnetism, rigorous unification of the theories of the Maxwell-Lorentz electromagnetism and the quantum physics is developed, concluding that the classical Lagrangian equations, being regarded as operator equations, are accurately valid in the frame of the quantum theory. Equivalence and inequivalence of the Hamiltonian and Lagrangian formalisms in both classical and quantum theories are analyzed. The principle of action through medium requests the advantage of the Lagrangian formalism over the Hamiltonian, predicting its importance for macroscopically inhomogeneous systems; the Meissner effect presents a typical example. By using the Coulomb gas as an example, the proofs have been given that the Meissner effect is a classical property of the system which can sustain persistent currents. The principle of classification and the transient energy principle are proposed.|
|Appears in Collections:||Vol.40 No.5|
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