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On the Lighter Side => New Theories => Topic started by: talanum1 on 10/06/2021 10:41:45

Title: What is the Current Density of a Point Charge?
Post by: talanum1 on 10/06/2021 10:41:45
When I use the current density of a point particle I get excessively high energy.

The current density of a point charge is of course:

J = (4e/3πlp3)v?

where lp is the Planck length, e is the electron charge and v is the velocity of the point particle.