Self interaction(?)

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I can't find sth about self interaction which tells for sure in what situations we should consider it and how to manipulate it!
Can we talk about self interaction for e.g. a single electric charge?Or it appears only in certain cases?How should we calculate it?

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Well there is a distinction between mutual inductance and self inductance.
Is this the sort of idea you mean?
What is 'sth' by the way?
 
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self interaction as in QED and Feynman sums?
Look up "renormalization".

A single electron can have a self interaction, yes.
 
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Well there is a distinction between mutual inductance and self inductance.
Is this the sort of idea you mean?
What is 'sth' by the way?

No,I didn't mean inductance!
I mean the effect of a charge's field on the charge itself.
And of course «something» means a webpage,paper,etc which talks about self interaction!
Thanks for caring anyway
 
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Hey,That nobel lecture in the link above is really interesting,I strongly suggest reading it!
 

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