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This book presents the planetary model of the atom developed by Wilhelm Weber in the second half of the XIXth century, before Bohr's model. It is based on Weber's electrodynamic force of , which depends on the distance between the interacting charges, their relative velocity and their relative acceleration. When this condition is fulfilled, these two charges of the same sign will attract one another, instead of repelling each other as usually observed.

Weber then predicted that atoms might be composed of negative charges describing elliptical orbits around the positive nucleus, being attracted by the nucleus, while the positive particles composing the nucleus would also attract one another due to their negative inertial masses. Three main remarkable aspects of his model should be emphasized: I Weber's prediction was made before the discovery of the electron and also before Rutherford's scattering experiments His model was also developed before the discovery of Balmer and Paschen series describing the spectral line emission of the hydrogen atom.

Bohr's atomic model of the atom , on the other hand, was invented in order to be compatible with these experimental findings. While Bohr's model was ad hoc, Weber's model was a real prediction. II In Weber's model we don't need nuclear forces to stabilize the positive nuclei.

After all, the positive particles of the nuclei are held together by purely electrodynamic forces. In modern physics, on the other hand, scientists had to postulate the existence of nuclear forces because they were no longer aware of Weber's electrodynamics. Therefore, after the existence of the positive nuclei was established, they were faced with the problem of explaining the stability of the nuclei against the repulsive Coulombian forces between its positively charged components.

To this end they postulated the nuclear forces. With Weber's planetary model of the atom, on the other hand, we have an unification of electromagnetism with nuclear forces, before these two branches of physics were separated from one another.

Even the stability of the nuclei was predicted and explained by Weber's electrodynamics.

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III When Weber developed his model in the s to s, the electron and the positron were not known, as these two particles were only discovered in and I believe that Weber's electrodynamics presents not only the essence of the correct explanation for the stability of the nuclei, but also a justification for their measured size. Book in PDF format 4.

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Oxford, Oxford University Press, The Logic of scientific discovery. Philosophy and the new physics. London, Meuthuen, All that matters is the total charge enclosed by the cube, not the details of where the charge is located. Consider a closed volume close to, but not including, a point charge. The field diverges there, but there is no charge in that region.

All that is important is that there be zero flux through the surface of the bubble since it encloses no charge. See Exercise 2.

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Charge enclosed is the same. Since the cube is empty, there is no net charge enclosed in it.

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Draw a cylindrical Gaussian surface with the line of charge as its axis. The cylinder has radius 0.Views Total views. When this condition is fulfilled, these two charges of the same sign will attract one another, instead of repelling each other as usually observed.

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