So the classical law of force given by Newton is F= ma = dp/dt = qE. Thus if i integrate the last two equivalents I get:(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

∫(dp/dt)dt = q∫Edt

p + C = q∫Edt

correct?

then what would the integral of energy be? I know that E = P/t. I guess I could let P = VI = I^2 * R = (dq/dt)^2 *R eerrr then E = (dq/dt)^2 *R/t and

p + C = qR∫(dq/dt)^2 / t dt

am i getting somewhere or not? Im just curious to see what integrating E can get me in relationship to momentum. Thanks

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