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menachem
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I would need to know what is the state of the art about the study of the radiation emitted by an accelerated charge. According to classical EM theory, does a uniformly accelerated charge emit radiation? Or is the radiation proportional to the 3rd time derivative of position (so that a non-uniformly accelerated charge radiates..). When a charged body radiates (= loses energy) how can one observe the energy loss of the body? Is it still an open point in today's physics or has it been sorted out?
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Menachem
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Menachem