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The Use of The Special Theory of Relativity for the Meissner Effect in a Superconductor

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The electromagnetic waves are considered in this article as the mediators of interaction in the Meissner Effect or the diamagnetic property of the superconductors. During the cooling of a superconductor electromagnetic waves may be released when the electrons occupy lower states of the energy. These electromagnetic waves may combine in circularly, elliptically and spherically rotating way, being called in this article the rounded electromagnetic fields. The application of the Lorentz transformation of the Special Theory of Relativity to the magnetic vectors of the mediating electromagnetic fields implies the magnetic orthogoniopedic effect inside the bulk of a superconductor in the Meissner Effect.

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M. Rashid, "The Use of The Special Theory of Relativity for the Meissner Effect in a Superconductor," Journal of Modern Physics, Vol. 2 No. 7, 2011, pp. 658-663. doi: 10.4236/jmp.2011.27078.

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