Volume 19: Pages 123-134, 2006
The First Precise Derivation of the Magnetic Moment of an Electron beyond Quantum Electrodynamics
George P. Shpenkov
Institute of Mathematics and Physics, UTA, Kaliskiego 7, Bydgoszcz 85‐796 Poland
A new way to derive the electron's magnetic moment is described based on the dynamic model of elementary particles. Precise calculations of the observable quantity beyond quantum electrodynamics have led to the most stringent test of the unexhausted possibilities of classical electrodynamics available at present. The general formulation developed deals with physical quantities expressed in the absolute system of units by integer powers of three basic units of matter, space, and time (g, cm, s).
Keywords: general physics, classical electrodynamics, magnetic moments, electron charge, electron radius, fine‐structure constant, wave equation, Bessel functions
Received: June 8, 2005; Published online: December 15, 2008