Classical and Quantum Explanation of the Magnetic Focusing

Min Zhao


In Newtonian mechanics, the motion of the charge in the magnetic field is the equidistance helical line. It is composed of the uniform motion in magnetic field’s direction and the circular motion in vertical direction. In quantum mechanics, its motion is the two-dimensional resonance. Its energy level is separate. Its wave function is probability. With this theory, magnetic focusing is explained to that a large number of charge moving in the magnetic field is not 100% at a point. They will be dispersed according to probability.


Charge; Magnetic field; Newtonian effect; Quantum; Magnetic focusing

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