New Classical Relativistic Theory of a Charged Particle in an Electric Field


  • Grigori.G. Karapetyan Independent Scientist, Yerevan, Armenia



Electric interaction, Coulomb potential, Negative Lorentz factor, Dynamic and static electric forces, Kinetic and potential energies


A new relativistic theory of the classical motion of a charged particle in an electric field has been developed. The resulting equations characterize the kinematic and dynamic features of particle motion, demonstrating peculiar behavior in areas with high attractive potentials. This changes the existing paradigm for the interaction of charge with an electric field, entailing profound consequences. The new theory converges with the conventional theory of electricity under conditions of low potentials and nonrelativistic particle velocities. The possibility of experimental verification of the new theory is discussed.


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How to Cite

Karapetyan , G. (2024). New Classical Relativistic Theory of a Charged Particle in an Electric Field. International Journal of Fundamental Physical Sciences, 14(1), 7-13.