B Can a virtual particle from a maget accelerate another particle on a linear path?

Nonametheone

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Can a magnetic field be directed strait path for particle to travel upon?
Summary: Can a particle accelerator accelerate gaseous fuel?

Does space-time differ for detonating ionized fuel moving near the speed of light within a magnetic field such as a particle accelerator?
 
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@Nonametheone In the future please ask one question at a time and give folks some time to answer before posting a new unrelated question.
 
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And since you mentioned virtual particles, here is an insight to read:

 

Nonametheone

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The answers to all three questions (the one in the title and the two in the post) are “no”.
Should I delete this question?
 

Nonametheone

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Yes but I still think virtual particles can have linear motion without a receiver. I will read more of it soon. I still have yet to learn equations.
 

haushofer

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Yes but I still think virtual particles can have linear motion without a receiver. I will read more of it soon. I still have yet to learn equations.
Virtual particles don't move. They're bookkeeping devices for certain calculations which mathematically (!) look like particles in certain ways.
 

Nonametheone

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Virtual particles don't move. They're bookkeeping devices for certain calculations which mathematically (!) look like particles in certain ways.
Then what are the particles that a magnet emits?
 
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There is no particles that magnet emits.
 
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Nothing. Magnetic or electromagnetic field is just there, it's not emitted in the form of particles.
 
Summary: Can a magnetic field be directed like a laser to create a fine path to travel upon?

Summary: Can a magnetic field be directed like or with in laser or beam to create a fine path to travel upon?

Does space time differ for matter with magnetic properties moving within a magnetic field in a particle accelerator?
Magnetic field can't be directed as a path, field created will be around the magnetic material.
 

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