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A Field Interaction At A Large Distance?

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Posted by Duane Eddy on November 4, 2004 13:39:40 UTC

The reason I asked about the velocity is that a velocity which approaches zero would be common for a solid object.
All of the molecules will remain at equal distances (approximately).
This will make the velocity well below the velocity required for collision and indicate a wave interaction will occur.
The de Borglie wavelength is very large
Field interaction will required one wave length to occur.
Would this indicate that there may be some sort of a field interaction at a large distance?


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