- 03-315 Khrapko R. I.
- Radiation of spin by a rotator
(22K, LATeX 2e)
Jun 30, 03
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Abstract. Angular momentum is emitted by a rotating electric dipole mainly into the
equatorial part of space situated near the plane of the rotation where
polarization of the radiation is elliptic or linear. Polar regions situated
near the axis of rotating are scanty by the angular momentum, although they
are intensively illuminated by the almost circularly polarized radiation. A
conclusion is made that the angular momentum is orbital angular
momentum and, except the angular momentum, the dipole emits spin
mainly along the axis. So, it is emphasized that the Maxwell
electrodynamics is not complete. To calculate the spin a spin tensor is
introduced into the electrodynamics.