Daniel, Isaac Mumo
Quantum Theory / Particle Physics
March 26, 2012
Magnetic Charge, Bernoulli’s Equation, Temperature, Isothermal, Adiabatic, “Big Bang”, Young’s Modulus, Crystal Structure, Radioactive Decay
Magnetic charge value has been formulated in the model of a straight wire carrying an electrical current with the magnetic charge modeled as surrounding the electrical charge as the magnetic current or magnetic voltage or magnetic field lines when an electrical current flows. All electric charge in the photon has been seen to be the electric charge, so that polarization of photons is similar to those of electrons. Here, we consider the flow properties of the photon or electron waves and derive Bernoulli’s equations for the polarized and unpolarized photon or electron. We proceed to explain compressibility and incompressibility of magnetic field lines. We give Young’s modulus for the polarized photon or electron.