JEMAA  Vol.7 No.11 , November 2015
An Entropy Approach to the Natures of the Electric Charge and Magnetic Flux
Abstract: As a result of investigating analytically and experimentally the interchangeability between thermal, electrical and magnetic energies, it is proved in the presented study that the electric and magnetic energies have an equivalent grade and nature as the thermal energy. So, the natural flow of electric charges and magnetic flux is associated also by increase of entropy of universe, similar to the heat, and has the same nature of waves as the electromagnetic heat radiation. Casting the Maxwell’s wave equation into an energy frame of reference that replaces the time in wave equations by entropy, it is possible to represent the electric charges and magnetic flux as electromagnetic waves of electric and magnetic potentials. Such results lead to modify exclusively the definition of the physical nature of the electric charge and magnetic flux which is unavailable in literature.
Cite this paper: Abdelhady, S. and Abdelhady, M. (2015) An Entropy Approach to the Natures of the Electric Charge and Magnetic Flux. Journal of Electromagnetic Analysis and Applications, 7, 265-275. doi: 10.4236/jemaa.2015.711028.

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