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Radiation at all possible?

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besiktas_1
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Nov19-04, 04:35 AM
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let us consider a charged body is connected with a massless spring. the system is connected with wall. Now the spring is stretched and let off . spring oscillates. wheather the charge will radiate, consider no resistance.
wheather there will be damping due to radiation loss?
if the wall contains a oppositely charged body then what will happen?
please help?
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Nov19-04, 07:39 AM
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The moving charge will radiate, loosing energy.
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Nov19-04, 07:44 AM
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let us consider a charged body is connected with a massless spring. the system is connected with wall. Now the spring is stretched and let off . spring oscillates. wheather the charge will radiate, consider no resistance.
wheather there will be damping due to radiation loss?
if the wall contains a oppositely charged body then what will happen?
please help?
Other than the fact that you posted this in the wrong section of the Physics area, you are also spamming this question to more than one section of PF. This is not nice!

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