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6 Convection current Charges can be moved mechanically, on belts, water-drops, dust and mist particles, and by beams of high-speed electrons (as in a cathode ray oscilloscope). Such movement, independent of an electric field, is termed a convection current. 3 Charges in acceleration Reference has been made to the emission of energy (photons) when an electron falls from an energy level to a lower one. Radiation has both a particle and a wave nature, the latter associated with energy propagation through empty space and through transparent media.
The integral of the electric flux density D over a closed surface s enveloping the charge is 5 D @ ds @ Q 1:1@ s If the surface has no enclosed charge, the integral is zero. This is the Gauss law. e. 5 H @ dl @ F @ ic @ id 1:2@ o This is the AmpeÁre law with the addition of displacement current. e. it comprises a structure of closed loops; over any closed surface s in a magnetic field as much flux leaves the surface as enters it. e. 5 B @ ds @ 0 1:4@ s To these four laws are added the constitutive equations, which relate the flux densities to the properties of the media in which the fields are established.
Light has a similar duality, as already noted. 626 @ 10�34 J s. The mass m is relativistically affected by the velocity. When electron waves are associated with an atom, only certain fixed-energy states are possible. The electron can be raised from one state to another if it is provided, by some external stimulus such as a photon, with the necessary energy difference w in the form of an electromagnetic wave of wavelength & @ hc/w, where c is the velocity of free space radiation (3 @ 108 m/s).