In terms of the

electromagnetic interaction in the preceding particles, it is able to possess the electromagnetic fundamental field and three electromagnetic adjoint fields simultaneously, in the complex-sedenion space K.

This behavior, found for an arbitrary gauge invariant lagrangian, is generic and suggests that a spinning particle dominated by the

electromagnetic interaction might have de Sitter interior arising naturally in the regular geometry asymptotically Kerr-Newman for a distant observer.

We will perform numerical calculations in the next section which will show that the dominance of the l and [l.sup.3] twist disclination terms depend on the extent l of the disclination, with the l "weak interaction" terms dominating for small values of l and the [l.sup.3] "

electromagnetic interaction" terms dominating for larger values of l.

The latter are dominated by contributions from the

electromagnetic interaction. We shall write D and R as D = [D.sub.t] + [D.sub.f] and R = [R.sub.t] + [R.sub.f], where [D.sub.t], [R.sub.f] represent the T-violating contribution, and [D.sub.f], [R.sub.f] are the T-invariant contributions due to the final state interactions.

The

electromagnetic interaction and the gravitational interaction decreased in intensity with the square of the distance.

The idea that the mass arises from the external

electromagnetic interaction may lead to the conclusion that charge retains intrinsic masslessness [31].

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In 2000, Mangoud proposed a hybrid combination of frequency domain MoM and FDTD [21], thus overcoming the drawbacks of homogeneous FDTD and MoM to solve a wide variety of

electromagnetic interaction scattering problems.

h/[m.sub.n], [m.sub.n]/[m.sub.p] What is the strength of the

electromagnetic interaction? Neutron gravity Does neutron's inertial mass equal its gravitational mass?

However, the

electromagnetic interaction exhibits both attraction and repulsion, and these two properties tend to balance each other.

Suppose all the members of a star (in the gauge procedure we will call them particles) are electrically charged with equal e/m values and move only under mutual

electromagnetic interaction. In any star comprised of identical particles they move along straight lines repelling each other, and the particles cannot reach the center.

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Electromagnetic interaction of split-ring resonators: The role of separation and relative orientation," Opt.